Seattle (and international) musician, Geoffrey Castle, wants to change your mind about the violin. In fact, he wants to shake it up and turn it upside down. We think he'll be successful. In Castle's hands the violin comes alive and encompasses the full range of human emotions--from woeful troubadour to merry minstrel to in-your-face, electric rebellion, if you've felt it, he plays it. We're pretty sure listening to his music will be the most fun you've ever had with the violin.
We'll have a conversation with Castle about his journey in music--how he started and what took him so far out of the traditional box. We'll also talk to him about his volunteer work in the schools and what he feels the value of a musical education is for the student. Let's face it, music is always the first thing on the chopping block when states tighten their budgets, but what do they lose when they skimp?
The Brain On Music. Why should we care. Tune in and talk.
Before the show, check out our links to Geoffrey Castle's music.
His website: Geoffrey Castle dot com
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