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Composer Julian Milone at La Jolla SummerFest

Host Fred Child wraps up his visit to La Jolla's SummerFest with composer Julian Milone, who has transformed familiar favorites and rewritten them for four violins and a double bass. After a chat with Milone, we hear a performance by violinists Cho Liang Lin, Jun Iwasaki, David Chan and Yoon Kwon, and bassist Jeremy Kurtz.

Composer Julian Milone at La Jolla SummerFest

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Pianist Cecile Licad at La Jolla SummerFest

Filipino pianist Cecile Licad has a nightclub voice and sultry looks, but when she plays Rachmaninoff, she may as well be a native-born Russian. She talks about her career and performs on stage at the La Jolla SummerFest.

Pianist Cecile Licad at La Jolla SummerFest

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Brian Wilson's 'Smile' Live In Concert

In this two-hour live recording, The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson plays his most ambitious album, Smile, at Carnegie Hall. Released almost four decades after its creation, the album has been reconstructed and reworked from original tapes and new recordings. Listen to songs from Smile, Beach Boys favorites, and excerpts from recording sessions in this Creator's at Carnegie special.

Catching Up with Composer Steven Stucky at Aspen

Pulitzer-winning composer Steven Stucky has much to say about composing, his colleagues and the music of Bach. Performance Today catches up with him at the Aspen Music Festival. Then, we hear a performance of his Partita-Pastorale (after J.S. Bach).

Catching Up with Composer Steven Stucky at Aspen

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Sharon Isbin and Thiago de Mello at Aspen

Grammy-winning guitarist Sharon Isbin and percussionist Thiago de Mello talk about their music with Performance Today host Fred Child on stage at the Aspen Music Festival. Then, we hear the duo perform two pieces by de Mello and a waltz by Antonio Lauro.

Sharon Isbin and Thiago de Mello at Aspen

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Violinist Anna Lee

At the tender age of 10, violinist Anna Lee is already reflecting on how she got her start in the classical music world. She talks to Performance Today host Fred Child from the Aspen Music Festival. We also hear her perform a movement from a Wieniawski violin concerto.

Violinist Anna Lee

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Secret Machines, Kings of Leon In Concert

Hear two of rock's best new artists online, in a Web cast from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.

Kings of Leon in Concert

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Chu-Fang Huang Wins Cleveland Competition

Chinese pianist Chu-Fang Huang took first prize at the Cleveland International Piano Competition this week. She joins host Lisa Simeone to talk about the competition, and we hear her prize-winning performance in Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Jahja Ling.

Chu-Fang Huang Wins Cleveland Competition

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Cellist Mischa Maisky Performs Shostakovich

Russian cellist Mischa Maisky performs Dmitri Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 1. He is in concert with the North German Radio Symphony, under conductor Marin Alsop, at the Musikhalle in Hamburg.

Cellist Mischa Maisky Performs Shostakovich

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Paul Newman Narrates 'Lincoln Portrait'

The St. Louis Symphony, conductor David Robertson and pianist Orli Shaham perform a concert celebrating American music. The program includes Aaron Copland's beloved Lincoln Portrait and works by John Adams.

Aaron Copland: "Lincoln Portrait"

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