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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Mitsuko Uchida and Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, at the Wimbledon Final on July 7, 2013 A bespectacled Mitsuko Uchida and Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, at the Wimbledon Final (Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

It's day three of the U.S Open, and warming up on court for our Showdown are three classical music stars who also happen to be tennis fans: Mitusko Uchida, Yannick Nezet-Seguin and Itzhak Perlman (When Nezet-Seguin met Rafael Nadal a few years ago, he was delighted to find out that Nadal’s grandfather is a conductor!)

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Mitsuko Uchida: 33.5%

Yannick Nezet-Seguin: 27.5%

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Comments [4]

LES from WDC


Go Roger!

No disrespect meant to Lenny Kravitz, but why doesn't the USTA go bold at the US Open for once instead of taking a page from the Super Bowl half time show, which is to hire a loud pop group to entertain the audience. This is NYC. Can't the NY Phil or a few Met Opera singers be squeezed in to the festivities? Must all sporting events be homongenized?

Aug. 28 2013 05:16 PM
LES


Go Roger!

No disrespect meant to Lenny Kravitz, but why doesn't the USTA go bold at the US Open for once instead of taking a page from the Super Bowl half time show, which is to hire a loud pop group to entertain the audience. This is NYC. Can't the NY Phil or a few Met Opera singers be squeezed in to the festivities? Must all sporting events be homongenized?

Aug. 28 2013 05:16 PM
John Moran

feels like being lifted up and carried into Paradise

Aug. 28 2013 09:05 AM
Elizabeth Delgado from Great Neck, NY

I love the colors and textures of this piece. I'm always listening for something that creates an alternate reality when I'm working. This piece will take you elsewhere.

Aug. 28 2013 08:50 AM

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