Violinist Jaime Laredo's 70th Birthday Concert at 92nd Street Y
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Master violinist Jaime Laredo and friends played Brahms (String Sextet No. 1 in B-flat) and Mendelssohn (String Octet in E-flat major) to perfection. Pieces full of wonderful melodies and harmonies, and the dynamics of the performances were...continued
Jaime Laredo, artistic director & violin
Pamela Frank, violin
Bella Hristova, violin
Soovin Kim, violin
Jennifer Koh, violin
Susie Park, violin
Steven Tenenbom, viola
Hsin-Yun Huang, viola
Sharon Robinson, cello
Keith Robinson, cello
Benjamin Hochman, piano
This concert is approximately one hour and 50 minutes in length.
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