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The Philadelphia Orchestra at Carnegie HallThe New York Times, October 9, 2008
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Beautiful write-up of the evening with Argerich, and speaking of "humorous," I actually laughed out loud (quietly) several times when she started to race off, almost leaving the orchestra in the dust.
I glimpsed you two rows ahead but I was immersed in conversation, soaking up comments from a friend who not only hadn't been in Carnegie for awhile, but had never seen Argerich. Needless to say, he's now a convert.
Bruce Hodges |
October 09, 2008 at 04:59 PM
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