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Successful Schumann and so-so Stoppard

Boston Classical Orchestra closed its 30th season with Schumann’s Symphony No. 2 in C major and an opera-in-progress. Boston Classical Orchestra closed its 30th season with Schumann’s Symphony No. 2 in C major and an opera-in-progress. (File 2009)
By David Perkins
Globe Correspondent / April 12, 2010

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Boston Classical Orchestra, one of the city’s lesser known gems, capped its 30th anniversary season with two ambitious works: one a magnificent success, the other a magnificent mistake. (Full article: 559 words)

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