OEBS concert on Feb. 21 promises new beginnings Members of Oakland East Bay Symphony's MUSE young musicians program will join the orchestra in Modest Mussorgsky's roiling "Night on Bald Mountain" in the Feb. 21 concertn and the opening rouser sets the stage for the sustained drama of Ernest Bloch's "Schelomo, Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra" and 22-year-old cellist, Matthew Linaman.
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Dave Brubeck in San Francisco Chronicle The soloists are composite characters,Brubeck wrote in the original program notes. "The cantor tenor, whose melodies are grounded in the Hebraic modes, represents the prophetic voice of Hebrew tradition. The black baritone, whose melodies...