Massenet's Duet is a story about a music camp nestled in the majestic Adirondack Mountains in New York during the summer of 1949. Camp Norwood has a reputation of discovering future artists such as musicians, singers, and ballet dancers in the popular entertainment world at the end of WWII. Professor Turner, the owner and director of the music camp, employs outstanding faculty to teach and direct the young musicians, helping them to further their aspirations. After a competitive audition, violinists Myra Caron and Hans Bollinger are selected to join the camp. The two immigrants share a common bond: music. The melodies they play help them to escape the horrific nightmares that haunt their past. But music on Lake Saranac is responsible for releasing disturbing notes that dance across the lake to the ears of an irritated resident, Dr. Felix Rosenberg. He is determined to close the camp and end the hopes and dreams of the dedicated musicians.
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