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Concert review

A stylish musical outing at the BSO

By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / April 14, 2010

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Fashion was on the prowl at last night’s Boston Symphony Orchestra concert, both in the lobby — 10 models wearing musically inspired, student-designed gowns for a bit of interdisciplinary fun the BSO called “Project Tchaikovsky’’ — and in the hall, where Pyotr Ilyich himself anchored a concert saturated with Eastern European style. (Full article: 373 words)

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