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Robert Levin caps two decades with a recital

CAMBRIDGE — The pianist and musical polymath Robert Levin is probably best known for picking up the pen where great composers have put it down. His completions and reconstructions of many works by Mozart in particular, most notably the Requiem and the Mass in C Minor, have been performed in concert halls across the world. At the keyboard, Levin’s talents as an improviser have also earned him wide attention.

All the while, or at least since the early 1990s, Levin has served on the music faculty of Harvard University, where among other courses he has taught the department’s famed chamber music class, Music 180, carrying on the legacy of the course’s founder, Leon Kirchner.

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