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Students from the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia made their local debut Sunday at the Henry Chapel.
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Academy of Ancient Music performs all six Brandenburg Concertos in one concert.
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Maureen Whiting, whose "Myth of Me and You" received its premiere this weekend at ACT, is one of those young choreographers who hold on and manage to make a career here.
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Familiar music and great dance make PNB's "Broadway Festival" a comfortable pleasure.
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Violinist Tasmin Little doesn't have to be naked to impress.
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Pacific Operaworks debuts with a memorable "Ulysses."
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A new opera company, Pacific Operaworks, makes its formal debut Wednesday night at the Moore Theatre.
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The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet gave a splendid concert Tuesday night at Benaroya Hall.
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The Seattle Symphony Orchestra announced Monday that Ben Hausmann, acting principal oboe for the past two seasons, had been appointed principal.
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The esteemed Robin McCabe will play the Grieg Piano Concerto with the University Symphony Thursday night at Meany Hall.
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