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Playing Out with Jay Campbell

On a crisp November afternoon, New York City-based concert cellist Jay Campbell explores the Mile High City with us. He takes a seat on 14th Street to perform Edward Elgar’s dramatic Cello Concerto written in the ashes of the First World War. Friday, November 20, Jay will perform Elgar’s emotional requiem with the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert, Inextinguishable, also features the Colorado premiere of Dan Locklair’s Phoenix for Orchestra and Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 4, “The Inextinguishable.”

Special thanks to Jay Campbell and the staffs of The Curtis Hotel and FIRE Restaurant.

Filmed by Matt Meier & David Sherman; Edited by David Sherman; Production Assistant Valerie Clausen; Rehearsal Audio by Joel Dallenbach.

A Production of Ligature Creative and David Sherman Creative

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