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Pianist Jeffrey Siegel channels Franz Schubert at George Mason University

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Jeffrey Siegel's 20th-anniversary season of his Keyboard Conversations at George Mason University's Center for the Arts continues with piano compositions by Franz Schubert. To explain why the composer is so relevant, Siegel focuses on three waltzes, two impromptus and Schubert's magnificent Sonata in B-flat. "Schubert was a phenomenon," he said. "It's hard to think of another composer whose...

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