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Despite the darkness and turbulence of this mundane world, there is a fuller and brighter life to which we may confidently aspire - should we but listen to sublime music. Of all my wonderful memories in 'my' beloved RFH there is one that towers over all. Arthur Rubinstein's annual concerts - rather EVENTS - when artist, composer, instrument and audience were blended into One.  A peak experience was his performance of the Chopin G minor Ballade as an encore.  I was standing but a few feet away from what felt like powerhouse of spirituality. It was unforgettable.

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