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McMillen: Moving "classical" music forward

SITKA, ALASKA “Is some bad music being written?” asks pianist Blair McMillen with a laugh, “Well, not everything is a home run.” McMillen plays a selection of traditional and contemporary classical music for solo piano Saturday (2-20-10) 7 PM in the Sitka Performing Arts Center. He joins Alaska Arts Southeast director Roger Schmidt and KCAWs Robert Woolsey for the Morning Edition interview.
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