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Celebrating Milt Hinton

June 23, 2016

Communications Staff

A bassist plays with a bow and is accompanied by a pianist.
Photo credit: Dale Preston ’83

Instructors Derek Zadinsky (double bass) and Elena Loskova (piano) perform Johannes Brahms’ Cello Sonata No. 1 in E Minor, Op. 38 as part of the Celebrating Milt Hinton faculty concert on Thursday, June 16, in Warner Concert Hall. The concert was part of the larger Celebrating Milt Hinton festival, which honored the prolific jazz artist’s 70-year career.

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