Film, Video The Life and Legacy of Leonora Jackson McKim
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- The Life and Legacy of Leonora Jackson McKim
- Art historian and Stradivari expert Alessandra Barabaschi speaks about the life and legacy of Leonora Jackson McKim, acclaimed violinist and one of the Library of Congress' great patrons, whose endowment has commissioned scores of works for violin and piano. The lecture introduced a concert led by violinist Miranda Cuckson, who used McKim's Stradivari violin on loan for the occasion.
- Event Date
- February 21, 2020
- Running Time
- 52 minutes 49 seconds
- Online Format
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