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A 'Requiem' and solo violins sing out at Strathmore

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In yet another unique pairing of performance pieces, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Thursday offering at Strathmore opens with an infrequently heard, delicate violin concerto in two movements; Arvo Part's "Tabula Rasa" and the ultimate choral masterwork of Mozart's brief but exceptionally brilliant life -- his "Requiem." "Both pieces have a religious feel to them," said BSO violinist and...

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