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Lawrence Foster

Lawrence Foster is among the couple of American conductors to get active careers both in his native nation and in European countries. He produced his performing debut at age 18 with an orchestra of youthful colleagues in LA. He researched with conductors Fritz Zweig, Karl Böhm, and Bruno Walter, and …

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Sharon Isbin

Described with the Boston Globe’s Michael Manning being a musician who performs “beyond virtuosity,” guitarist Sharon Isbin is a consistent task for critics, who battle to find the appropriate superlative that could perform justice to her exquisite playing. “In her hands,” had written Anne Midgette in THE BRAND NEW York …

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