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Eric C. Simpson

Eric C. Simpson is the Assistant Editor of The New Criterion.


A violinist since age four, Mr. Simpson is active in New York and beyond as a music critic, contributing regularly to The New York Classical Review. His writing has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal and the Hopkins Review.

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Classical recital: Jules Massenet's "Méditation," from Thaïs

Eric Simpson, violin, and Lawrence Perelman, piano, gave a recital for TNC Friends and Young Friends, including pieces from Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, and Ysaye.

Posted on: 03/22/2013


Lawrence Perelman, Eric C. Simpson

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