A quiet and reserved man who lived for his art, Frederic Chopin appeared only in a little over two dozen public concerts. His music is filled with moments of intense depth and anguish. However, despite being in physical and mental agony for most of his life, his playing was graceful, poignant, and delicate. Delve into the life of contrast of this 19th century musical prodigy who preferred the darkness when the world so longed for his light. Registration required. BPA636
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