Memorable Moments

December 27, 1992

The end of anything often brings retrospection, a remembering of good times and bad times, expectations and accomplishments, disappointments and successes. As 1992 comes to a close, The Sun's arts and entertainment critics take a moment from watching and listening to concerts and recordings, plays, movies, art exhibits, architectural projects, television shows and dance programs to reflect on the one image or event in their respective fields of criticism that, more than any other, made 1992 memorable.

The reopening of the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon,a performance in the Washington's Ballet's presentation of " Don Quixote" at Goucher College ,the skill of the film " One False Move," and very different performances of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 by Alexander Toradze and Nelson Freire are also among 1992's more memorable events. See stories inside.

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