From the Archives: "Concertmaster" (Originally Aired 1/13/05)

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Friday, February 27, 2009

In 2005, the New York Philharmonic was playing special concerts next week to honor its first violinist, Glenn Dicterow. He had been sitting in that first chair for longer than anyone in the orchestra's long history. As Sara Fishko tells us in this encore of the Fishko Files, his job required a particular sense of balance...
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