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A Carnegie Hall 'Requiem' for Darfur Refugees

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A Carnegie Hall 'Requiem' for Darfur Refugees

A Carnegie Hall 'Requiem' for Darfur Refugees

A Carnegie Hall 'Requiem' for Darfur Refugees

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Leading figures from the classical music community perform Verdi's Requiem at Carnegie Hall in a benefit for victims of the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, Sudan.

Conductor George Matthew tells Scott Simon why he chose Verdi's music for the Jan. 22 event.

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