When a young singer sets out to make his reputation, he must usually choose between appealing, often familiar works and a newer repertoire. Baritone Christopher Herbert has chosen a third option.
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If symphony orchestras are lumbering, soon-to-be-extinct dinosaurs, as some of their critics claim, then today's chamber ensembles are their evolved, fleet-winged descendants that may yet survive music's Jurassic Age.
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