Ohlsson on Chopin

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Friday, November 05, 2010

It’s been a huge year for Chopin, as the bicentenary of the composer’s birthday has been celebrated by artists all over the globe.  That includes pianist Garrick Ohlsson, whose Chopin series is drawing to a close as the year ends. Ohlsson spoke to WNYC’s Sara Fishko for a “Chopin edition” of The Fishko Files...

Garrick Ohlsson’s all Chopin series continues next Wednesday at Alice Tully Hall, with the final installment next month. For more information, visit Lincoln Center's website, here.



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Mix Engineer: Edward Haber

Assistant Producer: Laura Mayer

WNYC Newsroom Editor: Karen Frillmann

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