Jeanne Farewell is the author of the novels "Old Rye" and "In The Lighthouse," as well as the story collection "Nantucket Snow." Her stories, essays, and book reviews have been published in a variety of literary magazines and journals in the US and UK, and online in the Victorian Web and elsewhere. Jeanne is a pianist who has performed in the US, Europe, the UK, and China, and she gives lecture-recitals about music and its association with art and literature.
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Violinist Tim Fain elicits a questionable reaction from the audience.
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