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Chamber Players explore the heart of Hungary’s music

The Boston Symphony Chamber Players performing at Jordan Hall on Sunday. The Boston Symphony Chamber Players performing at Jordan Hall on Sunday. (Michael J. Lutch)
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / January 12, 2010

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The history of Hungarian music is a systole and diastole - a coming and going - of native musicians venturing out to find freedom and new horizons, outsiders venturing in for spirit and employment. The Boston Symphony Chamber Players’ program on Sunday was well-situated at that intersection of heritage, influence, and interstate intellectual commerce. (Full article: 398 words)

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