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John Adams: A Concert of Musical Landscapes

John Adams: Making Music in concert on Creators at Carnegie - 04/30/2005
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Composer John Adams

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Pulitzer Prize winner John Adams is considered one of America's greatest and most prolific living composers. Hailed by critics as a "Copland for the 21st century," he writes music inspired by the wide open spaces of the American West.

Creators at Carnegie presents a concert of musical landscapes from Carnegie Hall's own composer-in-residence, John Adams.

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