Meet Bassoonist Dr. Jacqueline Wilson (Yakama)
To celebrate Public Radio Music Day, you’ll hear an interview of Dr. Jacqueline Wilson (Yakama) about her upcoming album featuring new music by Native American Composers, and how her high school band teacher guided her to her music goals. (Runtime 4:30)
Dr. Jacqueline Wilson (Yakama) chats with Hannah Snyder about her upcoming album “Works for the Bassoon by Native American Composers”.
This is part of a larger story that will be published once Dr. Wilson’s album is released in November 2022. You can learn more about Dr. Wilson’s work on her website: Jacqueline Wilson, bassoon (wilsonbassoon.com)
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