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Winners of the 2021 Klein String Competition Announced Music News San José violinist Grace Huh takes second place and earns the Pablo Casals Prize. Take the Tim Brady Challenge With Actions Speak Louder Review The electric guitar takes center stage in a range of settings on the composer/guitarist’s new three-album set. Scott Wheeler Looks to Both Prog Rock and Mozart in Naga Review The first opera in Cerise Lim Jacobs’s The Ouroboros Trilogy borrows heavily from Eastern lore and legends. Catharsis Is a Click Away Preview LA Opera adds Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex to its popular online offerings. Dance José Navarrete Mazatl Finds Art in Community June 15, 2021 The Latest Film From Abundant Art Follows Three Dancers Through the Pandemic June 14, 2021 Robert Battle Keeps the Dance Moving Forward June 8, 2021 Still Dancing at 83: A Conversation With Carolyn North June 1, 2021 See All Dance Articles > Jazz Stanford Jazz Is Back! 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