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Experience the magic of a live symphony performance with 6 General Admission seats, Thursday, 1/12/12, 7:30pm - Symphony Expose', Brahms and Schumann: A Love in Common.
San Diego Symphony Website: www.sandiegosymphony.org
Johannes Brahms opened his Third Symphony with 3 notes, which stood for "Free but Happy!" It had been a long road for the fifty year old bachelor. Long gone were the days of his conflicted love for Clara Schumann. He had also successfully defied the trends of his day, fought off the label of a conservative, and become an acknowledged leader in music. But Clara was never far from his thoughts. He sent this symphony as a gift to her, and when she played it, she said it seemed like one great beat of his heart!
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