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Russell Peck, Brahms’ “Requiem,” Bring Life, Vitality to Evening Concert

Often, it’s the drummer in the band that receives the loudest cheers. After all, he or she is the one that keeps everyone working in unison. And let’s admit—beating on a drum and making noise can be a lot of … Continue reading

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A Matter of Taste

Periodically, I go through spurts of listening to the same pieces of music—symphonies, concertos—and artists—Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Diana Krall—for days in a row, several times over. Eventually, the music, each measure, performs in my head when not rotating in the player. … Continue reading

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