Monthly Archives: February 2017

February Stars

No school today, so I could stay up and watch Algol reach minimum light last evening. The time was right, the skies were clear, no moon, perfect. . Algol is a star in Perseus; it represents one of the eyes … Continue reading

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Talk

Last evening’s event at Symphony Space was very successful. I appreciated the good turnout for my pre-concert talk and the warmth with which it was received. Though to my sorrow I had to leave early in order to travel the … Continue reading

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Pre-Concert Talk

Friday, February 17, 7:30 PM–join me at Symphony Space for a pre-concert talk! The NYU Symphony is presenting a free concert of works by Glazunov, Khachaturian, and Shostakovich. The concert proper begins at 8 PM, but I will be giving … Continue reading

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