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Saturday, September 17, 2005
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This week, our “The Future of Classical Music” profiles continue with Daniel Goldman, a Louisville native who first picked up the clarinet at age 10. Now 18, he spent his last two years of high school studying at the Interlochen Arts Academy and has been principal clarinetist for the World Youth Symphony Orchestra. A frequent soloist with the Louisville Orchestra, Daniel has been featured on National Public Radio’s From the Top and recently won an award and scholarship from the National Foundation for the Arts. “When you speak to people in English, things can become convoluted or untruthful,” he says. “Playing the clarinet seems to be the most honest, pure form of expression.”
Next, Stu Pollard, a filmmaker who now lives in California, previews his second film, Keep Your Distance, which was filmed in his hometown of Louisville. Stu’s first film, Nice Guys Sleep Alone, has gotten plenty of favorable attention and ran for 18 months on HBO. He’s hoping for similar success with Keep Your Distance, a mystery thriller featuring Gil Bellows, Christian Kane, and Stacy Keach.
Throughout this youth-oriented edition, Adrianne Archie shares her unique brand of soulful, contemporary gospel. Adrianne has been singing since she was 6 years old. As a student at the University of Louisville, she won six talent showcases. Now she’s 24 and has released an album entitled He That Hath an Ear, Let Him Hear.