Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Plays Beethoven, Dvorák
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The last date listed for Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Plays Beethoven, Dvorák was Monday November 12, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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It was an amazing performance.Yulianna Avdeeva was astounding! Her pleasure and love of the piano was seen in every key that she touched and every movement. Mr. Antoni Wit made an evening, enchanting for us. The music at moments was not only heard it was felt deep in the soul. These musicians left my husband and I in awe at their talent and the ability to share such beauty. A wonderful night.
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Tight, sparkly, and enthusiastic, the oboe player delighted in her control of both the Beeth. and Dvorak! Great French horns, well distinct from the trumpets, (good placement--opp. sides of hall); and tight violins, mellow violas! We sat next to a...continued
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