Guest Host: Susan Page

A look at how refugees from 20th century war and revolution in Europe helped transform the performing arts in the U.S.

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  • Joseph Horowitz Author of seven previous books, including "Understanding Toscanini" and "Classical Music in America." His is a former "New York Times" music critic and executive director of the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra.

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