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Quiet month gets stimulus

Jump-starting the classical season - and the economy - one art song at a time

Samuel Barber The complete songs of Samuel Barber will be traversed during the three-day "Voice of America" festival.
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / September 13, 2009

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September is usually the quietest month of the year for local classical music, with the summer activity largely vanished and the fall tumult yet to descend. Last year was an exception, with the Alice M. Ditson Fund throwing a big new-music party for most of the established local ensembles over four days at the Institute of Contemporary Art. As groups ... (Full article: 699 words)

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