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Silver’s Latest CD Focus of Toronto Radio Interview

On Oct. 8, professor of music Phillip Silver is expected to be interviewed on CIUT-FM 89.5 in Toronto for the radio program “Classical Underground.” Silver will discuss his most recent CD, the chamber music of Bernhard Sekles, that was released on the Toccata Classics label in London. The interview with Philip Conlon, the brother of the renowned conductor James Conlon, will be one segment in a program that runs from noon to 2 p.m. Silver’s next CD on the Toccata Classics label, scheduled for a late summer 2014 release, will feature the music of James Simon, a Berlin-born and based composer who died in Auschwitz in 1944. On Oct. 19, the Silver Duo performance in Minsky Hall will feature what may be the American premiere of the “Cello Sonata” by James Simon.

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