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The Parker String Quartet, at the Lizard Lounge
Members of ther Parker String Quartet bantered with the audience during a performance under the disco ball at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge. (Globe Photo/ Wiqan Ang) Globe Photo/ Wiqan Ang
Critic's notebook

Change of venue is music to their ears

By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / December 7, 2006

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On Tuesday night, I attended two richly satisfying concerts without stepping foot in a concert hall. The first was a new music program presented by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project at the Moonshine Room of the popular Club Cafe in the South End; the second was a performance by the up-and-coming Parker String Quartet in the Lizard Lounge, a low-slung ... (Full article: 1190 words)

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