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In Review: Borichevsky and Hawk in Nashville's Bohème

Updated: Apr 30

"Borichevsky’s instrument . . . had a magical brilliance that brought goosebumps.. . . the fetching opportunist Musetta (Flora Hawk, Soprano). Hawk’s second act waltz, “Quando me’n vo’” bristled with more than enough charismatic confidence and passion of youth to win Marcello’s heart…again and make her stand out from a huge stage chock full of people."

- Music City Review

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