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Interview With Cellist Yo-Yo Ma

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Yo-Yo Ma, the most celebrated cellist of our time, returns to D.C. on Oct. 21 to play at the Kennedy Center.

Metro Connection's host Rebecca Sheir talks with the Dynamic Musical Virtuoso about performing for President John F. Kennedy as a youngster, and how playing music is an awful lot like baking Grandma's apple pie.

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