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The Bach Society Welcomes Spring Semester with March Concert

By Mac G Schumer
The Bach Society Orchestra presented "A-Bach-alypse Now!" on Saturday Night in Paine Hall. The third concert of the orchestra's 2014-2015 season and their first performance for the spring semester, the show featured solos from acclaimed pianist Max Levinson and violinist Max Tan '15. Conducted by Sasha G. Scolnik-Brower '17, the student-run chamber orchestra played pieces composed by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, and Grieg.

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