Music - Violin virtuoso Aaron Rosand performs pieces by Rachmaninoff, Mussorgsky, J.S. Bach, Tchaikovsky, Brahms and others in this recital held in the fall of 2003 at Mills College as part of the Aaron Rosand Music Scholarship Fund inauguration. An acclaimed violinist who made his debut with the Chicago Symphony at age 10, Rosen has appeared professionally with major orchestras for six decades. Rosand is accompanied here by pianist Robert Koenig. - Aaron Rosand
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