Mozart, Mendelssohn & More, Featuring Legendary Marlboro Musicians at Symphony Space
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- Clarinetist: Richard Stoltzman
- Bassoonist: Frank Morelli
- Harpist: June Han
- Soprano: Lucy Shelton
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