Young Composer Promotes Musical Integration Eighteen-year-old composer Stephen Feigenbaum wants to better integrate classical and pop music. "My goal is to compose music that is compositionally sound, but that draws an enormous audience of all types of people." Stephen's Serenade for Strings won him first place in the Senior Category of the MTNA Student Composition Competition in Massachusetts. This segment originally aired on Mar. 21, 2007
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Young Composer Promotes Musical Integration

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Young Composer Promotes Musical Integration

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Young Composer Promotes Musical Integration

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Eighteen-year-old composer Stephen Feigenbaum wants to better integrate classical and pop music. "My goal is to compose music that is compositionally sound, but that draws an enormous audience of all types of people." Stephen's Serenade for Strings won him first place in the Senior Category of the MTNA Student Composition Competition in Massachusetts. This segment originally aired on Mar. 21, 2007

Composer Stephen Feigenbaum's Serenade for Strings is performed by the Tarantella Quartet along with double bassist Nicholas Schwartz. From the Top hide caption

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