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June 20, 2010

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Marco Romano

I saw maestro Joao Gilbero at Carnegie Hall a few years ago. He was about an hour late. I heard that he has stage fright. Don't really know if that's true or not. It was well worth the wait.

John P. Cooper
O'Sullivan, "Red"

2008, also Carnegie Hall, he was right on time, in great shape, good humour and strong, strong, strong........... It was a miraculous performance (and, when a lady's cell 'phone did go off - it was right in the middle of "Estate". Can you believe that, of all the tunes...!!).

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