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Trouble In The Twin Cities: Two Orchestras In Labor Disputes

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Hear 'L'Enfance Du Christ' With The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra

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Barber: Knoxville Summer of 1915

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Hear Leila Josefowicz play Adams' concerto with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra

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Loving 'Leonore': Beethoven's Neglected Opera

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