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Music

Old and new make for a perfect match

The Brentano quartet
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / June 9, 2008

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ROCKPORT - It's a classical-music programming cliche to match the avant-garde with old masters, like a grade-school buddy system guarding against audience members wandering off. But Friday's Rockport Chamber Music Festival concert by the Brentano String Quartet and pianist Peter Serkin made it a virtue - their first-half pairing of the familiar Joseph Haydn and the formidable Charles Wuorinen turned ... (Full article: 415 words)

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