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13.3.15

More of Suzuki's Mozart


Charles T. Downey, No signs of dissent in BSO at Strathmore
Washington Post, March 14
Just as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra was preparing to announce its 100th- anniversary season earlier this week, its musicians were publicly complaining about morale. Whatever the problems behind the scenes, however, they were not apparent in the orchestra’s exceptionally beautiful all-Mozart concert this week at the Music Center at Strathmore.

Guest conductor Masaaki Suzuki recently finished a complete Bach cantata recording with Bach Collegium Japan... [Continue reading]
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and University of Maryland Concert Choir
With Masaaki Suzuki (conductor) and Augustin Hadelich (violin)
Music by Mozart
Music Center at Strathmore

SEE ALSO:
Tim Smith, BSO offers exquisite all-Mozart program with elegant guest artists (Baltimore Sun, March 13)

Charles T. Downey, Briefly Noted: Suzuki's Requiem (Ionarts, January 22)

Augustin Hadelich, Cadenzas for Mozart, K. 219 (.PDF file)

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