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Performer: Paul Neubauer

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New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : Mendelssohn's Web

Bach, Weber, Baermann, Mendelssohn
Michael Brown; Stefan Jackiw; Claire Bourg; Paul Neubauer

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : Soviet Victims

Skoryk, Weinberg, Prokofiev, Kancheli, Shostakovich
Adam Golka; Jennifer Frautschi; Gabrielle Despres; Paul Neubauer

New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players : A Family Affair

Bargiel, Brahms, Schumann
Harmony Zhu; Hao Zhou; Njioma Grevious; Paul Neubauer
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An opening night of substance at Seattle’s Chamber Music Festival

Chamber music values and luxury casting with world-class string players enriched this hefty program of an elegiac Bach sonata and valedictory works by Bartók and Brahms.

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Music@Menlo: Launching Beethoven

With the eternally young Gilbert Kalish leading the way, the festival's all-star roster delighted an enthusiastic and knowledgeable Center for the Performing Arts audience.
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“The Piano Quartet”: unconventionally strong and tangy

Yesterday’s all-Romantic programme displaced the usual thing with incredible panache, as Daniel Hope’s violin surveyed the ensemble with regal bearing. 
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Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center musicians perform Bliss, Szymanowski, and Suk

On Thursday evening, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presented its inaugural concert of the 2013-2014 Late Night Rose series. On the stage of Lincoln Center’s Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio, performers put on a delightfully curated show, featuring the works of three lesser-known Western composers: Arthur Bliss, Karol Szymanowski, and Josef Suk.
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"I'm in love with Vienna": Renée Fleming and friends at Carnegie Hall

For the last concert of her Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall, Renée Fleming assembled one of the least coherent concept programmes imaginable. Billed as “Vienna: Window to Modernity”, it was never clear what was specifically Viennese about the music on show, nor what was particularly modern, nor what windows had to do with anything.
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A mighty wind: Opening night at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

With so much of the chamber repertoire focused on strings and piano, it was a refreshing choice by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center to open their season with some of the great works for winds.
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