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Ran Dank’s Prayerful Tribute, 10/15/23
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At The Westchester Philharmonic’s season-opening concert on October 15th, Israeli pianist Ran Dank, who had just taken his bows after a superb rendering of Schumann’s Piano Concerto with conductor Danail Rachev on the podium, addressed the audience quietly with words of pain and hope. Then, as a prayerful offering, he turned to the keyboard and performed Bach’s Prelude in E-flat Minor. The audience, the orchestra, even the crew backstage, dissolved in tears.
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