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October 3, 2011 at 2:31 PM

Joshua Bell, Jeremy Denk, Bellingham

An exciting notice in the (overflowing) ArtsPage inbox today: Pianist Jeremy Denk will open the 2012 Bellingham Festival of Music on July 6. In a departure from his usual Ives-centric performances, he’ll play Mozart. And on July 9, violinist Joshua Bell will play Barber. Does this mean that we’ll see Denk again at the Seattle Chamber Music Society Summer Festival?

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