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A theme emerges

The work of a local composer makes its way to the BSO

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / January 27, 2005

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The conductor, standing on the stage, waves his arms, and music fills Symphony Hall. The composer, a slim man in black jeans and a dark coat, listens from the balcony. He doesn't interrupt or change his expression with each new movement. His only response is to occasionally look up from the score resting in his lap and glance down at ... (Full article: 1463 words)

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