Symphony, quartet cruise through midcentury songbook

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Posted: Sunday, February 10, 2013 12:00 am

With cool jazz cats like John Pizzarelli behind its wheel, the Great American Songbook will just keep appreciating in value with the passing years.

Images of the great mid-20th-century cars repeatedly came to mind Saturday night as Pizzarelli and his quartet joined the Omaha Symphony for the first of two weekend concerts. With Music Director Thomas Wilkins riding shotgun, the orchestra and its guests repeatedly painted musical images of a sleek convertible cruising with the top down in open country on a summer evening.

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