Music at Marlboro
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Francisco Fullana, violin; Viviane Hagner, violin; Gabriel Cabezas, cello, Tony Flynt, bass; Marcy Rosen, cello; John Stulz and Daniel Kim, viola, in a rehearsal of the “Metamorphosen” by Strauss. which will begin the concert on Saturday, August 9, at 8:30 pm, in Persons Auditorium on the campus of Marlboro College as part of the Marlboro Music Festival. Luosha Fang, violin; Joseph Lin, violin; Molly Carr, viola; and Deborah Pae, cello, will be featured in Bartók’s “String Quartet No. 4,” on Sunday, August 10, at 2:30 pm, in Persons Auditorium.
Francisco Fullana, violin; Viviane Hagner, violin; Gabriel Cabezas, cello, Tony Flynt, bass; Marcy Rosen, cello; John Stulz and Daniel Kim, viola, in a rehearsal of the “Metamorphosen” by Strauss. which will begin the concert on Saturday, August 9, at 8:30 pm, in Persons Auditorium on the campus of Marlboro College as part of the Marlboro Music Festival. Luosha Fang, violin; Joseph Lin, violin; Molly Carr, viola; and Deborah Pae, cello, will be featured in Bartók’s “String Quartet No. 4,” on Sunday, August 10, at 2:30 pm, in Persons Auditorium.
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