A Mass From a Polish Orchestra, Seeming Perfectly Timed
By JAMES R. OESTREICH [NY Times, 26 Apr 05]
Amid the annual parade of world-class orchestras passing through New York, a visit by the Wroclaw Philharmonic of Poland could easily have been overlooked – and to some extent it was, in a sparsely attended concert at Alice Tully Hall on Sunday afternoon. But on Saturday evening, partly through an accident of timing, the orchestra played to a nearly full house in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
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