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Michael John Trotta

There is something both strange and beautiful in Ms Verdino-Süllwold's profile of Michael John Trotta. I saw and heard, and was joyously immersed in his recent Carnegie Hall concert. He is a fine conductor and a brilliiant composer. Scene4's article captures him as an artist in the present and a presence from the past.

Arthur Franko

Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold's article: "Michael John Trotta"

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