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Performer: Cho-Liang Lin

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Brahms Festival in South Pasadena ends with a lullaby

New Hollywood String Quartet © Sam Muller
After the Sextet there they played a tender, bittersweet arrangement of Brahms' Lullaby created the day before that sent the audience home looking forward to Franz Schubert in 2020.
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Brahms unleashed in South Pasadena

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After tumbling deliriously to the end, if they had played one of Brahms' Hungarian Dances as an encore, they would have had them the audience dancing in the aisles.
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Detroit Symphony Orchestra perform works by Xiaogang Ye at Lincoln Center

After delivering two highly lauded performances at Carnegie Hall in May, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra returned to New York City on Sunday afternoon, taking the stage at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall to commence the 2013 Beijing Modern Music Festival.
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Filmless scores: Chamber Music International in Dallas

Chamber Music International kicked off its 27th concert season on Saturday evening at Southern Methodist University. The centerpiece of the program was John Williams’ Quartet La Jolla, and the other works all used various combinations of these instruments.
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Cosmopolitan Paris: An evening with Cho-Liang Lin and Jon Kimura Parker

What’s in a name, or for that matter, a label? Why does music “sound” German, American, French, or Russian? Violinist Cho-Liang Lin and pianist Jon Kimura Parker presented a duo recital at Fort Worth’s Bass Hall Tuesday evening, titled “An Evening in Paris”. Their thoughtful program consisted of works by French composers of the early twentieth century, and also by (long-time Parisian) Stravinsky.
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