Episode 56: When hard work and talent aren't enough - the Rachel Elizabeth Barton Foundation is here to help!
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Random Musical Thought: As you consider your year-end charitable giving, please remember the Rachel Elizabeth Barton Foundation, which is enhancing the lives of so many young musicians. Visit www.rebf.org for more information and to make a tax-deductible, secure online donation, or to print out our donation form.
An episode of WFMT radio's "Introductions" which aired in 2009, featuring Rachel Barton Pine talking about the Rachel Elizabeth Barton Foundation and playing duets with REB Foundation recipients, 12-year-old violinist Ade Williams (Bartok), 12-year-old violinist Gallia Kastner (Wieniawski), and 17-year-old violist Matthew Lipman (Mozart and Handel-Halvorsen).
total playing time: 01:07:39
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