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WQXR's Elliott Forrest checks in with great artists, who like us, are stuck at home

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WQXR: New York classical host Elliott Forrest checks in with artists across the country while they, like us, are all stuck at home.

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine tells Elliott Forrest about her artist relief concert and how she went from "being on the road continuously to everything evaporating in one fell swoop."

Elliott spoke with conductor, author and composer, Leonard Slatkin about his "routine", loosing weight, booze and of course (film) music...! 

Elliott spoke with Mezzo-Soprano Susan Graham about, well yes, Corona, isolation and how she is handling this new situation we all find ourselves in.

Elliott spoke with conductor, composer and pianist Michael Tilson Thomas in this next installment of our COVID-19-Isolation-Check-In-Series. They talk about his just completed tenure with the San Francisco Symphony and the impact of this situation on them and Thomas himself.

Elliott spoke with violinist Joshua Bell about how he is finding the "positives" in the current situation, concerts he is going to miss playing, editing recordings, and his appearance at the 24-hour music marathon on https://musicneversleepsnyc.com/home.

Elliott chatted with violinist Itzhak Perlman.

Watch & Listen to all their conversations right here.