MIDORI | San Francisco Chronicle, January 28, 2017
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San Francisco Chronicle, January 28, 2017

By JOSHUA KOSMAN  More than 30 years after bursting on the scene as a pint-size violin prodigy, Midori continues to set an example for how to be an engaged musician in the modern world.

Sure, she gives first-rate performances — that’s item one on the job description, and she did it once again on Friday, Jan. 27, in a splendid appearance with the Marin Symphony. But she also busies herself with a host of other activities — education, commissioning, audience development — that help ensure a place for the musical tradition through generations to come.