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Anne Cheilek
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This Sunday marks the last concert of our season. The highlight of the all-Russian program is the Conus violin concerto. Our soloist, Pierce Wang, is only 14, but he plays it beautifully! Better than my Heifetz recording, as a matter of fact. (OK, so Heifetz was having a bad day, but still!)

If you're unfamiliar with the Conus concerto, I recommend this Perlman recording:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXmyO9Mg36A&list=PL67E039D98E604496

http://www.saratogasymphony.com/repertory043017.html
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The latest issue of Daphne Magazine contains two of my poems. If you've never heard of Daphne Magazine, that's because it's less than a year old. A beautiful journal and an inspirational read—a valuable addition to the San Francisco literary scene!

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It seems foolhardy to tempt fate by starting a concert with a piece called "Prelude to a Tragedy," but this is what we are planning to do this Sunday, January 22, at 3pm.

(Perhaps the concert should have been scheduled for Friday instead?)
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Apparently The New York Times liked my caption. But they forgot to tell me. :-) So here it is, a few months old by now.....
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Sometimes the pot at the end of the rainbow doesn't contain gold.
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We have set our bow on the street, and it shall serve as a sign of the covenant between us and the earth.
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All that glitters is not gold.
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The Tale of Two Citizens
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I have a concert with the Saratoga Symphony coming up this weekend. We're playing a fun program with pieces by Respighi, Mahler, Britten, and Josef Wieniawski (Henryk's little brother). And best of all, it's free!

Sunday, October 9, 3pm
West Valley Presbyterian
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