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Boston Baroque – Messiah Full Monty

Boston Baroque puts on a good Messiah: historically informed ensemble and toboggan-on-ice tempos. The soloists this year were a bit hit-and-not-such-a-hit. From the fifth row of the balcony in Jordan Hall, the soloists were hard to hear, especially later in … Continue reading

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Mozart – BSO – Heavenly Clarinet Concerto

Last night BSO ticket holders were treated to a wonderful performance of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A (K.622) featuring friend and fellow church-member Bill Hudgins. I’ll admit to being a little nervous for Bill, but when the music started and … Continue reading

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