In this short anniversary episode, Muse Mentors host Karen Kevra looks back on a year with a podcast, and a year without concerts. She previews an upcoming concert by Boston's Borromeo Quartet and discusses Beethoven's transcendent Op. 132 A minor string quartet with Nicholas Kitchen, the first violinist of the Borromeo quartet.
Kuhlau, Fantaisie in D major, Adagio - Karen Kevra-flute
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Beethoven, Hymn Of Thanksgiving (String Quartet Op. 132, Movement III) - Borromeo Quartet - Nicholas Kitchen, Violin; Kristopher Tong, Violin; Mai Motobuchi, Viola; Yeesun Kim, Cello)
Beethoven party hat image: Sharon Su
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