Friday, November 27, 2015

David Patrick Stearns

David Patrick Stearns is a classical music critic and columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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With enough cameras trained on the Metropolitan Opera stage often enough, something historic is bound to be captured - and possibly was this month with the emotional uproar that greeted Dmitri Hvorostovsky's performance in Il Trovatore.
Though celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, the impossibly venerable Borodin Quartet sounded a tad road-weary Sunday at the Kimmel Center. But the ensemble maintained many of the artistic values that made its franchise an outpost of Russian tradition amid the quickly shifting circumstances of its homeland.

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