Jack Fishman caught a classical concert last night and writes:
"Marilyn de Oliveira wanted to say farewell to San Antonio, her friends at Laurel Heights Seventh-day Adventist Church and the San Antonio Symphony before departing for Portland and her new position as Assistant Principal Cello with the Oregon Symphony. She wanted to present two hours of very difficult solo and duo cello music. She wanted to play an entire recital without piano. According to her excellent and very personal program notes, she said she wanted to "pay tribute to my time in San Antonio." And, it goes without saying; she wanted to offer her final San Antonio audience a moving and entertaining performance."
His whole review is here, enjoy!