KUSC Arts Alive with Brian Lauritzen - Street Symphony
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KUSC Arts Alive with Brian Lauritzen

KUSC Arts Alive with Brian Lauritzen

KUSC.org Arts Alive with Brian Lauritzen 3-8-14 Interview with Vijay Gupta.

Recently, Gupta and his colleagues with Street Symphony have focused their performing energies in a couple of places: performances in jails, and a partnership with PATH—People Assisting the Homeless. Not long ago, I attended a Street Symphony performance at a permanent supportive housing PATH facility for formerly homeless residents of Silver Lake.

Gupta and two fellow members of the LA Phil performed trios by Beethoven and Dohnányi, and then Gupta took a solo turn, playing the Bach Chaconne from the d-minor Violin Partita. Following the performance, the floor was open for questions from the audience.