A Well-known Duo Returns to Corning
| October 25, 2018
Corning-Painted Post Civic Music Association presents cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han performing in the auditorium of the Corning Museum of Glass. David Finckel joins us to talk about the program, their first performance in Corning before they were well-known, and the challenges of traveling with a cello.
Photo credit: Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
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