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Classical Notes

Borromeo creates a 'living archive'

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / February 27, 2004

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The Borromeo Quartet is creating its own "living archive" by recording most of its concerts and making them available to the public. Rock stars have been doing this for a while, but Borromeo first violinist Nicholas Kitchen believes the quartet is the first to try it in the classical-music field. (Full Article: 603 Words)

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