Harpist Boris Goldmund and tuba player Zachariah Spellman are very different people, but they share the ability to see beyond the notes to the universals behind musical styles. Their tales are stories of creativity that find outlets among the possibilities of a great city. Tal Skloot's short film, with interviews by Jeff Kaliss, connects the dots between them.
The fading relevance of the word classical
Orchestras can do just about anything. What should they do?
This project is supported in part by Gordon P. and Ann Getty, Robin and Kay Frost, and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Paul McCartney's famous tune in a wild reimagining for tuba, by Zach Spellman