An impressive lineup of world-renowned guest artists, including Northwestern’s 2012 Jean Gimbel Lane Prize winner pianist Murray Perahia, highlight the Bienen School of Music’s 2012-13 music season this fall.Continue reading on Northwestern Now
Murray Perahia and Gabriela Montero Among Guest Artists
September 28, 2012
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