In 1942, one can imagine the dedicated 9-year-young musical prodigy named Louis Walcott walking purposefully through his tree-lined Boston neighborhood with his violin case in hand. Within a couple of years he would be awed by a performance of Beethoven by the Jewish violin grand master Jascha Heifitz, and even work his way backstage for... Read More
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