Quentin Kim, Piano Christopher Temporelli, Bass
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Christopher Temporelli, American Bass, appears in New York City after many appearances in East Asia. Based in South Korea, he is featured in festivals and concert halls, on television, and on radio throughout Asia and across the globe. He returns with the Beethoven Cycle An die ferne Geliebte (To the distant beloved) as well as English and Italian classical song repertoire. Accompanying him is the Pusan National University professor and Korean pianist, Quentin Kim.Venue: Carnegie Hall
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