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David Itkin and Soloists

AIR DATE: March 8, 2010

The Las Vegas Philharmonic brings Johannes Brahms back to life with his "Double Concerto for Violin and Cello." Director David Itkin directs the Philharmonic, with performances by soloists Deann Letourneau and Andrew Smith. It's the third part of the Masterworks Series. Join us for a special in-studio performance.

David Itkin, Conductor, LV Philharmonic
Andrew Smith, Principal Cellist, LV Philharmonic; and Assoc Prof of Music, UNLV
Deann Letourneau, Violinist and Concertmaster, LV Philharmonic

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