After arriving in America, he earned a degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota, then used what might be called Pavlov's dogma of mood music to gain international fame as a largely self-taught composer of romantic tunes: If you make the emotions predictable, they will listen. He brings his latest, "Ethnicity," to the Richmond Coliseum Tuesday (April 15). Tickets, $35-$55. 780-4956. Ticketmaster, 262-8100. Wayne
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