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Violinist Wei Wei Li

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AIR DATE: April 20, 2010

Wei Wei Le started playing the violin in Shanghai when she was 6 years old. Today, she's an award-winning soloist who plays around the world from Hong Kong to Australia. She's also the new assistant violin professor at UNLV. This summer, she'll also be teaching a youth music camp on Mt. Charleston. Wei Wei Le plays the violin for us, and talks about the future of young musicians.

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Wei Wei Le, Asst Prof of Violin, UNLV

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