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1989 Press Photo Eliahu Inbal Music Director Conductor

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Caption: Classical treats cluster this weekby John GuinnFree Press Music CriticThose who dote on the special joys of classical music have some tantalizing choices to make this week.Three world-class orchestras perform, two from across the Atlantic, one regularity in our midst. First-rate conductors and soloists appear with each.In addition, two homegrown pianists who have achieved international careers return to celebrate the birth of an extravagant piano, and an organist from Paris will perform a recital in a local Methodist church.The line-up:Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, p.m. Wed., Orchestra Hall (call 833-3700, 9-5 weekdays). This distinguished German orchestra opens the DSO-sponsored Guest Orchestras from Europe series in a program to be led by Israeli-born conductor Eliahu Inbal, who has been the ensemble's music director since 1974. Inbal and his orchestra are perhaps best known in this country for their compact disc recordings of the Mahler symphonies on the Denon label. Mahler's Fourth Symphony closes Wednesday's program, preceded by Ravel's "Rapsode espagnol" and "Sheherazade", American soprano Arleen Auger is soloist in "Sheherazade" and in the Mahler's (Fourth).

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