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Itzhak Perlman captivates Milwaukee Symphony audience / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel review

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Tuesday evening's Milwaukee Symphony audience really didn't want the concert to end. The lights came up in Uihlein Hall and the ushers opened the doors, but a standing, cheering audience continued to call Itzhak Perlman back to the stage for more bows. Perlman, who ended the concert with a deeply moving performance of the Bruch Concerto, brought a fitting conclusion to a concert that been remarkable from the start.

Known the world over as one of the most recognizable and beloved classical artists today, The 16-time Grammy winning violin legend recently celebrated his 70th birthday, a milestone is marked with multiple releases paying tribute to his catalogue as well as his first new solo recording in 16 years.  Fauré & Strauss Violin Sonatas with pianist Emanuel Ax released on Deutsche Grammophon/UMC.

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