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Japan, Belarus, Russia, Uruguay, Argentina.  Those are just a few of the countries that make up the backgrounds of the Eclectic Trio.  The Japanese violinist, Uruguayan pianist, and Belarussian cellist perform Saturday, March 17, at 2 p.m. at the Winchester Cultural Center.  The performers talk about mixing their different cultures in music, and why one woman didn't play the piano for 30 years.
 
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Elena Kapustina, cellist, Eclectic Trio
Tamara Kezerov, pianist, Eclectic Trio
Naoko Taniguchi, violinist, Eclectic Trio

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