Daniel Hope occupies his time performing, recording, writing, shooting videos and running music festivals. Frank Stewart /Savannah Music festival hide caption

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Daniel Hope: A Renaissance Man In Savannah

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Reneé Fleming And Susan Graham At Carnegie Hall

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Highlighting the Classics

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Faure's Requiem Performed for All Souls

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Little Ferry, N.J., photographed here Oct. 30, 2012, was one of the cities greatly affected by Hurricane Sandy. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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The Ebène Quartet plays everything from surf rock and jazz standards to Debussy and Ravel. Frank Stewart/Savannah Music Festival hide caption

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Ebene Quartet: The Art Of The French String Quartet

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