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Venue: Benjamin Franklin Hall, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia

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Address427 Chestnut St
Philadelphia
PA PA 19106
United States
Google maps39° 56' 56.121" N 75° 8' 52.983" W
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Mahan Esfahani performs the Goldberg Variations in Philadelphia

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Lutenist Miguel Yisrael Makes an Auspicious American Debut

Solo lute concerts of this repertoire, or lute recitals of any kind for that matter, are rare on this side of the Atlantic. Lucky audiences in Philadelphia heard an exceptional recital of French lute repertoire by Paris-based lutenist Miguel Yisrael.
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Hopkinson Smith: Italian and English Music for the Lute

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