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August 30, 2013 | Genre Hopping with Chris Thile

While we may not be all that wild about an overly overt audience member response even in the context of a stuffy symphony audience (even if it is Chris Thile), the artist has some very good points about the stimulating power of great art. The solo mandolin "genre hopping" demo is a rich 4 1/2 minutes of fun in the following Wall Street Journal Live video.

Always love watching him play.

Video link: Genre Hopping with Chris Thile


Is it just us, or does Chris look more and more like Quentin Tarantino every day?

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Posted by Ted at August 30, 2013 5:19 AM


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