From the writers at Cleveland.com.
No New York efficiency or Parisian garret for Steuart Pincombe. No, the cellist and Oberlin College alum playing Cleveland this week lives and works in a small, towable camper.
Talk about trailblazing. Where many artists today attempt to shake up classical music, Pincombe and his wife, Michelle, are literally forging a new path, modeling an itinerant lifestyle and establishing musical and personal connections everywhere they go.
“I think it’s pretty radical, what we’re doing,” said Pincombe, the headliner of a one-year tour titled “Music in Familiar Spaces” and the force behind a well-received “Bach and Beer” program in 2014 at the Bottle House in Cleveland. “So far, I’m surprised how well it’s actually working.”
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