Richard Stoltzman, renowned clarinetist, performed works by Leonard Bernstein, George Gershwin and Steve Reich in Skinner Hall, prior to an engagement at Carnegie Hall. “I’m just playing the music I like. I don’t care if it sells,” Stoltzman told The Miscellany News after the concert. As to accusations that his music had been moving away from the classical genre and towards a more mainstream style, Stoltzman said, “The main thing I care about is if people appreciate it. I don’t see any need to talk about music in terms of categories. Bach, for example, wrote music for church, dances, choirs, orchestras and soloists. His music was not considered ‘classical.’"