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From Russia with Love

By Ken Herman | August 19, 2015 |

As a prelude to SummerFest’s upcoming weekend of all-Shostakovich programs, Tuesday’s (August 18) SummerFest concert offered an overview of Russian music just before the Russian Revolution . . .

Playing Beethoven in the Computer Era

By Ken Herman | August 18, 2015 |

The Borromeo String Quartet demonstrated unequivocally how using the computer can improve the performance of Beethoven’s monumental String Quartet, Op. 130 . . .

Opera NEO Stages Handel’s Middle East War of Shock and Awe

By Ken Herman | August 16, 2015 |

Handel’s early London success “Rinaldo” completed this year’s summer season for Opera NEO. The young cast made an excellent case for Handel’s rich score, and director Peter Kozma sprinkled some 21st-century touches into this story from the 11th century . . .

New Fortune’s ‘Birthday Party’ Puzzles and Enlightens

By Bill Eadie | August 16, 2015 |

What if you have a play consisting entirely of unreliable narrators?

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