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Violinist Levy plays varied, enthusiastic SCP program

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Violinist Jill Levy, the artistic director of the Saratoga Chamber Players and the concertmistress of the Albany Symphony Orchestra, gave a recital Sunday afternoon at the United Methodist Church as part of the 26th season of the SCP’s series. Levy played a varied and interesting program with enthusiasm, rich tones and strong preparation. Her excellent accompanist on piano was the redoubtable Margaret Kampmeier, a frequent partner, whose acute sense of balance could never be faulted. ...


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quesaisje5000
February 4, 2013
1:05 a.m.

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I agree on the whole, but I did think that the Beethoven sonata sounded a little flat. Pärt's "Fratres" just did not work for me, strident, somewhat disorganized, nothing like his choral music.

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