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Let’s Compare Composers

  It can be hard to tell them apart, can’t it? It seems like all of them were men from Europe; many of them wore curly wigs; and most of them started out as “child prodigies”—meaning they discovered their amazing musical talents while they were still little kids. And to …

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The Immortal Irving Berlin

by Benjamin Fainstein Literary Manager | Portland Center Stage at The Armory Composer Jerome Kern once famously remarked that “Irving Berlin has no place in American music — he is American music.” Such an enviable distinction could only be bestowed upon a musician with far-reaching success and a diverse body of work, …

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Niel DePonte

    More with Niel DePonte Dec. 10–26, George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker,® Keller Auditorium [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”15″ gal_title=”Niel Deponte”]  

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