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Bob Keyes

Bob Keyes has written about the arts in Maine since 2002. He’s never been much an artist himself, other than singing in junior high school chorus and acting in a few musicals. But he’s attended museums, theaters, clubs and concert halls all his life, and cites Bob Dylan as most influential artist of any kind since Picasso. He lives in Berwick.

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Posted: November 28, 2018

Portland String Quartet features music by Bartok, Mozart and Brahms on Sunday

Written by: Bob Keyes

Photo courtesy of Portland String Quartet

The Portland String Quartet celebrates its 50th-anniversary season by performing masterpieces by Bartok, Mozart and Johannes Brahms at 2 p.m. Sunday at Woodfords Congregational Church, 202 Woodford St., Portland. The quartet – violinists Dean Stein and Ronald Lantz, violist Julia Adams and cellist Andrew Mark – will feature music by Brahms, a favorite composer, throughout the season. Tickets cost $22, $20 for seniors and free for 21 and younger.

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