In 2000, horn player Emil George founded the Fessenden Ensemble to perform a wide variety of chamber music featuring up to a dozen players. Now celebrating its 10th season, the Fessenden Ensemble continues to present seldom-performed works by both known and unknown composers. Deb Lamberton spoke with Mr. George about the group, and his passion for chamber music.
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