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Ad Libs: Back in Bach

Uploaded: Dec 22, 2010
Teenage Bach aficionado Hilda Huang is on the scene again, this time soloing with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in a San Francisco concert in January. When I sent a reporter and photographer to Hilda's Palo Alto home in 2008, I noted that she was the only 11-year-old I knew who had her own harpsichord.

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Hilda is now also scheduled to solo with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra in Palo Alto on Nov. 19, 2011. This time it's Haydn's Piano Concerto in D major. Info is here: Web Link


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