Wouldn’t Recognize Home If They Saw It

September is the time when most orchestras settle in for the long winter season at their home concert hall, but no such relaxing schedule awaited the Cleveland Orchestra this fall. “The ensemble and music director Franz Welser-Möst began their winding journey in mid-August at Blossom Music Center [in Kent, Ohio.] Then they tested out the new concert hall at Miami’s Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, performed in eight European cities and opened the 2006-07 Severance Hall season.” Now, they’re in New York, wrapping up a 3-concert residency at Carnegie Hall.