May 4, 2016•7 min
Mstislav Rostropovich was a rare combination: powerful conductor; courageous dissident; musical activist; but above all, he was a cellist. Shortly after his passing in 2007, WNYC’s Sara Fishko spoke to cellists about the lasting impacts of his life and work. (Produced in 2007)
WNYC Production Credits...
Executive Producer: Sara FishkoMix Engineer: Wayne SchulmisterManaging Editor, WNYC News: Karen Frillmann