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Jamie Cullum Plays Live; Concertmaster Glenn Dicterow On 34 Years Leading The NY Phil

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Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Jamie Cullum's latest album, Momentum, is out now. Jamie Cullum's latest album, Momentum, is out now. (Courtesy of the artist)

In this episode: British singer and pianist Jamie Cullum is known for his energetic live shows and his jazz-inflected reinterpretations of modern rock as well as old classics. He plays songs from his new album Momentum live in the Soundcheck studio, and sneaks in a surprising cover too.

Then: Thirty-four years after he began his tenure with the New York Philharmonic, concertmaster Glenn Dicterow is “retiring” back to his native California. He plays his final performance with the NY Phil on June 28, and talks about his decades in the lead seat.


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