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Season Preview: It's Bellwether Season! Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

Season Preview: It's a Bellwether Season!

The New York Philharmonic turns 175.by Paul J. PelkonenNo there really aren't giant bells hanging from the concert ceiling of David Geffen Hall.That's photo alteration by the... Read more

Concert Review: Total Mass Retain Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

Concert Review: The Total Mass Retain

Mostly Mozart goes to church...twice. by Paul J. Pelkonen Conductor Louis Langrée. Photo © 2013 the Mostly Mozart Festival. Four singers made their debuts at the Mostly Mozart... Read more

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    The 27 September 2016 by   Superconductor
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