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The New Yorker includes Frederic Rzewski Composer Portrait in their Spring Preview

The March 12 issue of The New Yorker includes the Spring Classical Music Preview, which features the final Composer Portrait of the season of Frederic Rzewski.

"The iconic American composer Frederic Rzewski is renowned for his piano music—he’s a virtuoso on the instrument himself—but that won’t be the focus of a concert at Miller Theatre (April 19). Rather, the spotlight will fall on his works for string quartet, one very early and one newly commissioned; at nearly eighty, he’s still working. (The Del Sol String Quartet does the honors.) "

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Learn more about Composer Portraits: Frederic Rzewski.