For the better part of twenty years my wife and I have attended, often with our friends, occasionally with our children, a chamber music series in Manhattan’s Washington Irving High School, off Union Square. The series, incorporated in 1900 by the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts under the inspiration of Franz X. Arens “To Bring the Best Music to Students and Workers at Minimum Prices,” has given me great personal pleasure. It has also given me ample opportunity to ponder, d...
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