Shows go on by San Diego's musical organizations

By Eileen WingardEileen WingardSAN DIEGO — After nearly two thirds of the year silent, San Diego’s flagship musical organizations are finding innovative ways to bring back their musicians in live performances.Some are still streamed virtually, like the beautiful free concert of San Diego Symphony Musicians under the direction of their brilliant new conductor, Raphael Payare, which took place at the Conrad Prybs Concert Hall in La Jolla, and is still available on the internet.The program included a rendition of Mozart’s Divertimento in D, two unfamiliar pieces by two American Black composers: B…

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