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A festival brings what Boston isn't hearing

Among the acts performing at the Beeline Festival are the Calder Quartet. Among the acts performing at the Beeline Festival are the Calder Quartet.
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / April 10, 2009

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At first blush you might think Boston is awash in contemporary classical music. There's a good chance that on any night of the week you can find a devoted ensemble performing new works at one of the schools, in a concert hall, or in a Back Bay church. So does Boston really need another locally produced new-music event like the ... (Full article: 1350 words)

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