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Bach and Beethoven at Mostly Mozart

Beatrice Rana playing Bach's Partita No. 2 in C minor with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra on Aug. 4. (Richard Termine)
Beatrice Rana playing Bach's Partita No. 2 in C minor with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra on Aug. 4. (Richard Termine)

NEW YORK—The Mostly Mozart concert on Aug. 4 may be best remembered for marking the New York debut of Beatrice Rana, but the orchestral pieces...




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