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  • Abraham Appleman, violin

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  • Samuel Barber completed his Violin Concerto, Op. 14, in 1939. It is a work in three movements, lasting about 22 minutes.

    Violin Concerto

    Samuel Barber completed his Violin Concerto, Op. 14, in 1939. It is a work in three movements, lasting about 22 minutes.

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  • One of the last pieces written by Béla Bartók.

    Viola Concerto

    One of the last pieces written by Béla Bartók.

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  • Violist William Frampton has been praised by critics for his “beautifully executed” performances (The Arts Fuse) and “a glowing amber tone” (Boston Globe). Having made his New York debut in […]

    William Frampton, viola

    Violist William Frampton has been praised by critics for his “beautifully executed” performances (The Arts Fuse) and “a glowing amber tone” (Boston Globe). Having made his New York debut in […]

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  • In 1936, after a performance of “Lady MacBeth of the Mtsensk District,” an article in “Pravda,” the Russian newspaper of the time, publically denounced Shostakovich. The article, often attributed to […]

    Symphony No. 5

    In 1936, after a performance of “Lady MacBeth of the Mtsensk District,” an article in “Pravda,” the Russian newspaper of the time, publically denounced Shostakovich. The article, often attributed to […]

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  • Mike Tietz leads the orchestra and guest soloist Kinga Augustyn in favorites by Vivaldi, Haydn, Rossini and Piazzolla.

    Fall Concert 2013

    Mike Tietz leads the orchestra and guest soloist Kinga Augustyn in favorites by Vivaldi, Haydn, Rossini and Piazzolla.

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