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Caramoor International Music Festival

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Time Out says

The festival heats up with the recital debut of former Caramoor Rising Star violinist Arnaud Sussmann and 2010 Concert Artists Guild competition winner pianist Michael Brown on Thu 7. The party continues on Friday night when the Caramoor Virtuosi perform three classic works—Mozart's late-period String Quintet in D minor (K. 593), Adams's Shaker Loops and Schubert's beloved Trout quintet. On Sat 9, Will Crutchfield conducts Rossini's final yet rarely performed opera, Guillaume Tell, with a worthy cast tackling the technically formidable score. The legendary Emerson Quartet ends the weekend on a high note, filling the Sunday-afternoon slot with the last quartets ever written by Haydn (No. 68), Bartók (No. 6) and Schubert (No. 15).

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