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The Yale School of Music Concert Series: A Study in Virtuosity

Connecticut Magazine
By Cathy P. Ross

james_conlon,_credit_dan_steinberg_for_la_opera_4It’s hard to describe the excitement you feel when a talented violinist performs a Mozart composition and the result is pure magic. More than 200 years after his death, Mozart still packs the house. This was apparent when we attended “Marriner Conducts Mozart” at Yale University’s Woolsey Hall several years ago. The renowned conductor and violinist Sir Neville Marriner had spent the previous week working with Yale student ensembles—the Schola Cantorum, Camerata, Philharmonia and Glee Club—and their efforts culminated in a production worthy of Carnegie Hall, right here in New Haven MORE

Published October 29, 2013
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