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Whether you choose to attend four Saturday concerts at 8 p.m. or four Sunday concerts at 2:30 p.m., both lineups showcase the same four sensational performances. "Idylls & Dances" will ignite the auditory senses on January 15 or 16, with award-winning wunderkind Adam Golka on piano playing Liszt’s Totentanz (Dance of Death). March 26 or 27 will thunder with Brahms's "German Requiem" as the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale flexes its well-tuned esophageal muscles amid The California Theatre's stunning 1920s movie-house grandeur. Jon Nakamatsu takes center stage on May 14 or 15 during "Nakamatsu Plays Two," where the dexterous instrumentalist debuts a double concerto composed specifically for him by Cuban composer Paquito D’Rivera. Finally, June 4 or 5 erupts in a flurry of Mendelssohn, Carnival music, scintillating tango, and red-hot magma during "Spices, Bandoneon & Italy."
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