“A grand hug from an unconditionally-loving soul,” is how internationally-acclaimed violin virtuoso and prodigy Caroline Goulding describes the slow second movement of the Beethoven Violin Concerto, which she’ll perform this weekend with the Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra. She went on to call the entire work “pure and divine and pastoral, but also extremely potent and visceral and full of this vigor that Beethoven has.” Goulding, who has been playing violin since she was three, came to KRWG with LCSO conductor Lonnie Klein to talk about her background, her latest cd, and the rest of the concert program, which includes music by Sergei Prokofiev and Michael Daugherty.
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