Barry Douglas returns for a fourth engagement with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic this week

Tchaikovsky Competition gold medalist (1986) Barry Douglas will play Saint-Saens concerto with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.

BY RICK ROGERS Published: November 11, 2012

A concert pianist’s list of repertoire is neither etched in stone nor indiscriminately chosen. And while there’s considerable overlap among great artists — nearly everyone includes concertos by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt — it’s the area just beyond the commonplace where one finds the unusual, the underplayed or the unfamiliar.

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