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Donald Rosenberg has been writing about music for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland since 1992. He previously served as music critic of the Akron Beacon Journal and the Pittsburgh Press. A native of New Jersey, Don received a bachelor of music degree from the Mannes College of Music and master of music and master of musical arts degrees from the Yale School of Music, all as a French horn major.
Don was a participant in the Aspen Music Festival in 1972 and the Marlboro Music Festival in 1973. He has played under such conductors as Pablo Casals, Pierre Boulez, Sir Georg Solti, Robert Shaw, John Nelson, Herbert Blomstedt, Gunther Schuller, Otto Werner-Mueller, William Steinberg and Leon Barzin.
Among the publications in which his writing has appeared are Symphony Magazine, Opera News, Opera (London), Musical America, Fanfare and Gramophone. He is the author of "The Cleveland Orchestra: Second to None" (Gray & Co. Publishers, 2000).
Don is serving as president of the Music Critics Association of North America for a third term.