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Posted at 9:05 AM ET, 02/28/2011

Links: Weekend roundup -- Butterfly, Tahiti, Schubert, and more

By various critics

In Monday's Washington Post:
Forget about the Oscars -- the focus is all on classical music in today's Style section.

"Madama Butterfly's" strength is in the pit, by Anne Midgette.

Shanghai Quartet and Wu Man offer great Lei Liang quintet, by Stephen Brookes.

CUA offers "Trouble in Tahiti" and "The Medium," by Joan Reinthaler.

David Finckel and Wu Han join Emerson colleague Setzer in Schubert trios (scroll down), by Tom Huizenga.

Viola da gamba showcased in Pandolfo-Boysen concert at Library of Congress (scroll down), by Charles T. Downey.

Zlabys, Neiman contrast Bach, Chopin (scroll down), by Stephen Brookes.

In Sunday's Washington Post:

CD review: Maazel shines in Munich Bruckner cycle, by Mark J. Estren.

Comments? Other views? Performances we should have reviewed, but missed? Please post.

By various critics  | February 28, 2011; 9:05 AM ET
Categories:  CD reviews, Washington  
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Was there a review of Sunday's concert by Juan Diego Florez? I've been looking for it.

Posted by: godspear | February 28, 2011 1:02 PM | Report abuse

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