Reviewed by Tony Villecco While it’s no big news that the Binghamton Philharmonic has some damn fine musicians, I dare say at Sunday afternoon’s performance (Nov. 10) at Binghamton University's Anderson Center, had I closed my eyes I would have felt the presence of the Cleveland Orchestra or even the New York Philharmonic. Yes, that’s how unified and glorious a sound the musicians produced under the capable hands of Maestro Jose-Luis Novo. In an eclectic program ranging from classical to contemporary to modern, the concert opened with Courtly Dances from Benjamin...
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