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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 24, 2023

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Seong-Jin Cho’s airline may have lost the luggage carrying his concert suit on the way to Berkeley, but the world-class pianist was no less dazzling on the stage of Zellerbach Hall.
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Seong-Jin Cho’s airline may have lost the luggage carrying his concert suit on the way to Berkeley, but the world-class pianist was no less dazzling on the stage of Zellerbach Hall.
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Kissin graced the stage of Davies Symphony Hall on a brisk San Francisco night to perform a recital spanning mood and musical epochs.
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Kissin graced the stage of Davies Symphony Hall on a brisk San Francisco night to perform a recital spanning mood and musical epochs.
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The eminent musician made her San Francisco debut April 3, armed with an illustrious program accoutred with star-studded pieces — from Scarlatti to the Schumanns, it spanned centuries of musical epochs. 
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The eminent musician made her San Francisco debut April 3, armed with an illustrious program accoutred with star-studded pieces — from Scarlatti to the Schumanns, it spanned centuries of musical epochs. 
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On the surface, ballet and comedy do not immediately go together. Yet, the Trocks made this combination seem only natural, artfully leaving the audience with both laughter and gender-bending food for thought.
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On the surface, ballet and comedy do not immediately go together. Yet, the Trocks made this combination seem only natural, artfully leaving the audience with both laughter and gender-bending food for thought.
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I don’t know the exact moment I fell out of love with playing music. Somewhere amid angry spit and demoralizing comments, I grew to fear the piano.
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I don’t know the exact moment I fell out of love with playing music. Somewhere amid angry spit and demoralizing comments, I grew to fear the piano.
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It was crushing, admitting to myself there wasn’t a single piece I could remember how to play in its entirety without mistakes, a deserved blow. 
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It was crushing, admitting to myself there wasn’t a single piece I could remember how to play in its entirety without mistakes, a deserved blow. 
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