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By Lynne Adkins

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presents Leonidas Kavakos on February 25th at the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater.

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Miles Cohen, the Society’s artistic director, says Kavakos is technically flawless.

“He’s just a musician that is so thoughtful in the way he communicates the music. In addition to that technique, it’s a rare combination that you don’t often see,” Cohen explains.

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Kavakos and his Stradivarius will be playing with another fabulous musician.

“An all Beethoven program with a wonderful pianist, Enrico Pace, who he’s performed for about six or seven years, so they have a great rapport together,” Cohen says.

And the intimacy of the small venue makes it perfect for appreciating the music and understanding its meaning.

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For more info, visit: www.pcmsconcerts.org.