Teenage Pianist Chooses Triple Major in College When Kerensa Gimre, 15, isn't practicing her piano, she has her nose deep inside college textbooks on chemistry, math and physics. "It's definitely a challenge to find time to practice at the moment," she says, "but it's something I love to do." Kerensa plays two Etudes by Alexander Scriabin (Op. 2, No. 1 and Op. 8, No. 2). This segment originally aired on Mar. 21, 2007
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Teenage Pianist Chooses Triple Major in College

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When Kerensa Gimre, 15, isn't practicing her piano, she has her nose deep inside college textbooks on chemistry, math and physics. "It's definitely a challenge to find time to practice at the moment," she says, "but it's something I love to do." Kerensa plays two Etudes by Alexander Scriabin (Op. 2, No. 1 and Op. 8, No. 2). This segment originally aired on Mar. 21, 2007

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