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Romy the Cat


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Shi-Yeon Sung and BSO
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Korean-born and Zurich, Berlin, and Stockholm educated conductor Shi-Yeon Sung will lead tomorrow BSO with Grieg Piano Concerto, something by Sibelius and Copland, and the Miraculous Mandarin Suite by Bartók. I heard Shi-Yeon last year in Tanglewood it was good but you never know with BSO, particularly in Tanglewood. I think it will be first Ms. Sung appearance in BSO greenhouse environment – in the Symphony hall and it might be very interesting. In addition, call me sexists if you wish, but an appearance of a female conductor I recognize highly simulative and literally enormously sexy.  Good luck to Shi-Yeon Sung tomorrow, I wish her the best and I will be listening…

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http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/music/la-et-bowl28-2008aug28,0,3731084.story

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Romy the Cat


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Stepping to the podium...
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http://www.boston.com/jobs/news/articles/2009/04/11/stepping_to_the_podium/?page=1


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