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And there’s a picture, too

From the December 17 concert. Left to right: Laura Conrad, Ishmael Stefanov, Anne Kazlauskas. I think after the January 30 version of the concert, I’ll put up a page with recordings, pictures, programs, etc. I’ll do that earlier in the process for the next time.

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Real concert announcement

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Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and blog statistics

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Publishing on the web

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The Lost Chord

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New Year’s Resolutions

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We are a Schwerpunkt

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