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MUSIC REVIEWS

Pair of trios show range of emotions

The Claremont Trio: (from left) cellist Julia Bruskin, pianist Donna Kwong, and violinist Emily Bruskin. The Claremont Trio: (from left) cellist Julia Bruskin, pianist Donna Kwong, and violinist Emily Bruskin. (Lisa-Marie Mazzucco)
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / February 23, 2010

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Intensity and finesse were at opposite ends of Huntington Avenue on Sunday, and the means were identical: violin, cello, and piano. At the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Claremont Trio offered the second of their season’s three musical travelogues, this one a visit to France. The same afternoon, violinist Philip Setzer, cellist David Finckel, and pianist Wu Han presented an ... (Full article: 593 words)

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