Show 364: Feat. Virtuoso Violinist Charles Yang and Pianist Peter Dugan From the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek, Colorado, this week's From the Top features the ground-breaking violinist Charles Yang as the guest host. He'll share the stage with a joyful teenager whose winning personality propelled her to take home the gold medal at the prestigious 2018 Stulberg International String Competition. We'll also meet a young erhu player, an instrument known to some as the "Chinese violin", who plays "Taichi Warrior of Erhu" by Chen Jun.
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Show 364: Feat. Virtuoso Violinist Charles Yang and Pianist Peter Dugan

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Show 364: Feat. Virtuoso Violinist Charles Yang and Pianist Peter Dugan

Show 364: Feat. Virtuoso Violinist Charles Yang and Pianist Peter Dugan

Show 364: Feat. Virtuoso Violinist Charles Yang and Pianist Peter Dugan

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From the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek, Colorado, this week's From the Top features the ground-breaking violinist Charles Yang as the guest host. He'll share the stage with a joyful teenager whose winning personality propelled her to take home the gold medal at the prestigious 2018 Stulberg International String Competition. We'll also meet a young erhu player, an instrument known to some as the "Chinese violin", who plays "Taichi Warrior of Erhu" by Chen Jun.