Reviewed by Lee Shepherd The audience at Binghamton University's Anderson Center had a "hot time in the old town" Sunday afternoon (Jan. 26) when the Binghamton Philharmonic burned up the stage with steamy, smoldering and passionate renditions of Piazzolla's Tangazo, Bruch's Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46 and Dvorak's Symphony No. 7. To add to the romance , the young German violinist Sabrina-Vivian Hopcker (who apparently just goes by her first name) added her fire and temperament to the Bruch work, a piece of music that entranced her as...
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