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Feb. 1, 2012
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“British Invasion”
April 16
Wisconsin Lutheran College, Schwan Concert Hall

8815 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Frankly Music, directed by the decorated violinist Frank Almond, is closing its season with a program very much not about the Beatles.  Almond will instead contrast the British composers William Walton and Edward Elgar.  With Walton's emotional violin sonata and Elgar's fantastic piano quintet, an evening of beautiful music is surely in store.  Joining Almond and cellist Robert DeMaine will be violinist Ilana Setapen, pianist Orion Weiss, and New York Philharmonic principal violist Cynthia Phelps. (Bridget Rzymski)


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