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Since she was five years old, violinist Lucia Micarelli has had classical music in her life. She trained at Juilliard as a teen and went on to work with such artists as Josh Groban, Lang Lang and Ian Anderson before crossing over into acting, cultivating a truly one of a kind career. In preparation for PBS' An Evening with Lucia Micarelli, she visits The Treatment to discuss how her early introduction to poetry shaped her childhood as well as the emotion she conveys both while acting and in concert.
1. Ladies Fancy (Traditional)
2. Fratres (Arvo Pärt)
3. This City (Steve Earle)
4. Sonata For Violin & Cello: Ii. Très Vif (Maurice Ravel)
5. Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso In A Minor Op. 28 (Camille Saint-Saëns)
6. Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (Frances Landesman / Thomas J. Wolf)
7. "The Accident" - Featurette Lucia Tells The Story Of A Devastating Injury.
8. Tzigane (Maurice Ravel)
9. Someone To Watch Over Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
10. Time After Time (Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne)
11. Will O' The Wisp (Manuel De Falla)
12. "Lucia's Mom" - Featurette Lucia Talks About Her Mother.
13. Sonata For Violin & Piano (John Corigliano)
14. Adagio For Strings (Samuel Barber)
15. Nature Boy (Eden Ahbez)