“The season-ending program of 20th-century music that the Riverside Symphony and its music director, George Rothman, presented at Alice Tully Hall on Thursday night was well thought out, smart and illuminating. Snazzy, too.”050-SEPROAUTH-02

Published: June 7, 2013

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