A Most Familiar Tale, Told in a New Mix of Sounds

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By ANTHONY TOMMASINI [NY Times, 21 February 2006]
The composer Osvaldo Golijov fervently believes that a “new era of integration in music is beginning,” as he writes in the program note to the festival of his works that Lincoln Center has been presenting. He sees an overdue dialog taking place between the past and the present, the popular and the serious, and, most important, between disparate international cultures. He has been an admirable instigator of that dialog.