‘Striking virtuoso’ in town | TheUnion.com

‘Striking virtuoso’ in town

Kristina Reiko Cooper will perform at “Maestro Perry’s Final Favorites,” presented at 7:30 p.m. today by Music in the Mountains at the Amaral Family Festival Center, Nevada County Fairgrounds. Cooper is an example of retiring Artistic Director Paul Perry’s musical acumen. He gave Cooper her first opportunity to play for an orchestra when she was 15. Now in her mid-30s, she has been called a “striking virtuoso” on the cello by the Los Angeles Times. Cooper’s parents have been playing for the MIM orchestra for years, her stepfather, oboist Neil Tatman, for all 27 seasons. For tickets, contact 265-6124 or http://www.musicinthemountains.

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