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Pianist Gabriela Montero enthralls audience with improvisations

Feb 3, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

Thursday night's chill dissipated in the heat generated by some powerful musicmaking at Strathmore by the Baltimore Symphony. Led by guest conductor Markus Stenz, the orchestra turned in a refined and compelling account of Anton Bruckner's Fourth Symphony, prefaced by Mozart's C Minor Piano Concerto, with the Venezuelan-born pianist Gabriela Montero as soloist.

The Fourth is not the longest of Bruckner's monumental symphonies, but it still occupies a considerable piece of real estate on an

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