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

Violinist Anna Lee

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Violinist Anna Lee

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It's summer festival time again. Performance Today goes on the road for the next eight days to visit two key American music festivals, the Aspen Music Festival and La Jolla SummerFest. We start in the mountains of Colorado with music from Aspen.

Violinist Anna Lee on stage at the 2005 Aspen Music Festival. Anya Grundmann, NPR hide caption

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Host Fred Child is on stage at Harris Hall with 10-year-old violinist Anna Lee and pianist Jennie Jung. Child talks with Anna Lee about her start on the violin.

Then we hear Lee and Jung play the first movement of the Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 14 by Henryk Wieniawski.