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From The New York Times: “A Composer Still Vital in His Second Century”

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ANTHONY TOMMASINI
December 9, 2011

“If the composer Elliott Carter had been able only to attend a concert in celebration of his 103rd birthday, that would have been remarkable enough. But on Thursday night, Mr. Carter, who turns 103 on Sunday, was not only in the audience at the 92nd Street Y for a tribute presented by a top-notch roster of musicians under the artistic direction of the cellist Fred Sherry, but he had also written five works this year that were included in the program.”

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