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Review: PMF orchestra, Goodyear entertain, challenge with 'Russian Wonders III' concert

4:02 PM, Aug. 23, 2013
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Very seldom will an audience sit still and listen to itself be mocked for an hour and a half. Even more rarely will the audience sit still, be mocked and enjoy the experience. But that is exactly what happened Thursday during the first half of the Peninsula Music Festival Orchestra concert "Russian Wonders III."

Under the direction of conductor Victor Yampolsky, guest pianist Stuart Goodyear and the PMF Orchestra performed a selection of works by Dmitri Shostakovich, who started his career as a pianist and composer as Joseph Stalin rose in power in the 1920s.

He was initially heralded as a ...

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