April 1982
New Yorker;4/19/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 9, p16
Various musical performances taking place in New York City during April of 1982 are listed. Included in the list are opera, orchestras and choruses, and recitals. Artists to perform include the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Boston Symphony, Manned Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra Concert, American Symphony Orchestra, and Canticum Novum Singers. A brief description of each event is included. Information regarding the address and location of each event is likewise offered.


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