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MIT Professor Debuts Cutting-Edge Classical Take On David Bowie's 'Blackstar'
March 3, 2017, by Jeremy D. Goodwin

Classical music and rock can make for awkward bedfellows, usually resulting in bright, accessible instrumentals or sometimes the overwrought opus of some British rocker. But the combo can also spark the interest of the avant-garde. To read or listen to the entire article,  click here.

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