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118 - CAPE GAZETTE - Priday, May 4 - Monday, May 7, 2007 Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra concludes season By Lucienne Wolfe Special to the Cape Gazette The 2006-2007 concert season of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra has ended. It was truly an impressive concert series and an outstanding season finale. This was the Jubilee Celebration, the 10th anniversary of the orchestra. It was the conclusion of the sec- ond concert season with Maestro Julien Benichou and his own new orchestra. Anyone who was unaware of the caliber of the new Mid- Atlantic Symphony Orchestra (MSO) was overwhelmed by this last performance, confirming the impression evolving during the whole season. One surprise after another, at every concert, brought the audience to realize what is Book Nook Continued from page 117 cup of tea. "Another Day in the Frontal Lobe: A Brain Surgeon Exposes Life on the Inside" By Katrina Firlik It doesn't take a brain surgeon to ... well, actually sometimes it certainly does. Katrina Firlik, author of "Another Day in the Frontal Lobe," and one of only a few hundred women neurosur- happening at the MSO - the rising of a new generation of talent in the mid-Atlantic region. Most musi- cians are in their thirties and are graduates of Juilliard, Peabody, Curtis, to name a few. All are ded- icated, highly professional, already with a great experience of performing with the most sought- after orchestras and a well- deserved, impressive reputation in the world of music. The program was well bal- anced, selected to please a diversi- fied, eclectic audience. Maurice Ravel's "Introduction and Allegro," a very romantic and pleasing composition, was per- geons (of approximately 4,000) in the United States, explains when, why and how in her unusual and illuminating "exposC" Firlik gives the inside scoop on their training, exactly what they do, and don't do, and their life and death challenges. For some of us, this is perhaps more than we need or want to know. A caution for those a bit squeamish: The author's descrip- tion of trauma, disease and sur- gery can be quite graphic. Those readers may want to carefully formed to perfection with Nicolas Tulliez as solo harpist. Paris-born Tulliez has studied in France, in Canada at the Royal Conservatory of Toronto and at the Juilliard School of Music in New York City. He earned a master of music degree from Yale University. He appears regularly throughout Europe, the United States and Canada. He has participated in festivals such as Aspen and Tanglewood. He is currently solo harpist of the Basel Symphony Orchestra in Switzerland and per- forms with many other orchestras in Europe. Mozart's "Concerto for Flute and Harp" was impeccably inter- preted by Nicolas Tulliez on harp and Rachel Choe, principal flute for the MSO. The two instruments probe the inside of the book before proceeding. Firlik details her own career and uses some of her own cases and experiences to highlight a neurosurgeon's work. Firlik's focus on herself- there's an awful lot of 'Ts" and "me's" - at times gets in the way of some interest- ing information. Her writing style is breezy and sometimes humor- ous, but sometimes is superficial. Readers with a deep interest in medicine may enjoy this book. Gerry Lore retired to Rehoboth blended so perfectly that at times they almost sounded as if they were being played by a single musician. Rachel Choe, a native of Korea, after a rich background of studies and performances, including Carnegie Hall, has per- formed in festivals and recitals. She is pursuing doctoral studies at Peabody where she received a master of music diploma. She taught at Peabody and is a flute faculty member at Peabody's Preparatory Division. Her music is so lovely, mellow and precise, it touches the heart and soul of the listener. The full orchestra took to the stage for a rousing performance of Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 4, Op. 36." The musicians gave the audience a full demonstration Beach in 1996 after a career with Hoffmann-LaRoche Inc. He is a of their talent and dedication. In Tchaikovsky's own description, "there are no words, but which the soul-wishes to express, and which requires to be expressed." This exceptional performance gave a full measure of Maestro Benichou's talent and energy and of the exquisite connection between the conductor and the musicians. They are all one - with their own renditions of the score, all blended together into a master- ful interpretation by Benichou to project his own MSO sound to be long remembered. Tchaikovsky has never been played more beau- tifully, creating such excitement and awe. A remarkable thing is the obvious pleasure the musi- cians display; they seem happy to Continued on page 119 graduate of Purdue University and Harvard School of Business. The 3L's in Real Estate! 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