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Philharmonic Youth Concert
Philharmonic Youth Concert

AIR DATE: January 17, 2013

There are tens of thousands of children in the valley who have never been to a classical music concert. The Las Vegas Philharmonic will do its part to change that this week when it performs its annual youth concert to more than 13,000 fourth and fifth graders in the Clark County School District. We'll talk with the conductor about how to make music accessible to kids who may have never heard it outside of movies or television commercials.
Taras Krysa, visiting conductor, Las Vegas Philharmonic
Liam Mansfield, violinist, Las Vegas Academy


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