Italian tenor to perform in Folsom Symphony’s ‘Bianco Natale’

Nov 25, 2015 472

In business — and in life — it's always a good idea to "under-promise and then over-deliver." This ensures that others are happy with your work. And it keeps expectations in line. So, I begin this column on the Folsom Symphony with just a bit of anxiety. Because it is just knocking it out of the ballpark these days, to borrow a baseball saying.

Last month's "Masterpieces" concert was inspired. Israeli pianist Alon Goldstein channeled the angst of composer Johannes Brahms so completely, the audience didn't see Goldstein. They saw and experienced Brahms himself. A guest artist often inspires local artists to strive for new heights. But so can renewed leadership.

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