In Louisville, Abrams Challenges, Delights

If we’re relying on the younger generation to help boost interest in classical music, look no further than Teddy Abrams. The 28-year-old pianist, clarinetist, conductor and composer has just begun his second season as music director of the Louisville Orchestra and he’s brimming with ideas on what to do with Bach, Beethoven and music made today.

Click here for more of Abrams’ NPR Tiny Desk interview by Tom Huizenga.

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