New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Debuts 26-Year-Old Conductor in Spirited Program
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This was an excellent, exciting concert with a young conductor and a young star pianist. The Dvorak 8th Symphony was an inspired selection which was performed strongly. I hope to attend more events with the New Jersey Symphony in the future.
Santtu-Matias Rouvali, conductor
Xiaohui Yang, piano
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
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