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Arts & Entertainment - April 12, 2019

A pianist's guide to Paris

Hershey Felder's latest celebrates the music of Debussy and the City of Light

by Karla Kane

As its title suggests, pianist/actor/writer Hershey Felder's latest one-man show, "A Paris Love Story," tells the story of a man's relationship with the beloved French city. Men's relationship, actually, because in this case, the story involves both composer Claude Debussy and Felder himself.

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Arts & Entertainment Editor Karla Kane can be emailed at kkane@paweekly.com.

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