Baton Rouge, LA / 222
We’re at LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and today, a 16-year-old pianist performs the music of Debussy, a young violinist talks candidly with his grandmother about the risks of pursuing a career in music, and teenagers from New Orleans treat us to the traditional art of the brass band!
Cellist Jean Kim, 15, from Sleepy Hollow, NY, performs Capriccio by Lukas Foss
Pianist Jennifer Tu, 16, from New Orleans, LA, performs L’Isle Joyeuse by Claude Debussy
Violist and Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Marcus Rose, 17, from Shreveport, LA, performs I. Rhapsodie from Suite Hébraïque by Ernest Bloch
Soprano Jennifer Seidel, 17, from Baton Rouge, LA, performs “Les Filles de Cadix” by Léo Delibes
Red Hot Brass Band (trumpet player Doyle “Red” Cooper; alto saxophonist Gregory Morrow; trombonist Colin Fishberg; tubist Paul Robertson; and drummers Jose Besselman and Peter Varnado) ages 17-20, from New Orleans, LA, perform the traditional “Just a Closer Walk with Thee”
Performers & Repertoire
- Capriccio by Lukas Foss
- L’Isle Joyeuse by Claude Debussy
- I. Rhapsodie from Suite Hébraïque by Ernest Bloch
- “Les Filles de Cadix” by Léo Delibes
- Monday, May 23, 2011
- Monday, December 13, 2010
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