This week, the annual Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime artistic achievement are being awarded, remotely. One of the honorees is the world-renowned violinist Midori. Starting as a child, the now 49-year-old has wowed audiences for decades, and has been a champion for music around the globe. Jeffrey Brown spoke with her for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.
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