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Shevtsov capably spans century of French music icons

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Recording sessions are not usually open to the public, but many performers prefer the energy of playing before a live audience, especially when the music they’re recording is compelling and driven. On Tuesday night, Ukrainian pianist Yegor Shevtsov welcomed a crowd at EMPAC to hear him perform two pieces by Pierre Boulez and one by Claude Debussy for a disc that’s scheduled for a spring release. The connection between these French composers, one who died ...


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