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“Rubenstein said "Sweet Caroline" singer Diamond has "created one of the most enduring catalogs of American popular music", and he called Yo-Yo Ma "one of the most versatile and popular classical music performers in the world.”
“My dad calls Yo-Yo “that dog.” he’s about as thrilled with Yo-Yo as melville is.”
“On his latest release, The Goat Rodeo Sessions Sony Masterworks, world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma is joined by three string virtuosos--mandolinist Chris Thile, fiddler Stuart Duncan and bassist Edgar Meyer--for an exploration of Americana music.”
“Yo-Yo, do you have that connection with an audience when you're being creative live?”
“MR: I have to mention, Yo-Yo, how you were also named the Peace Ambassador in 2006.”
“The record is the highest charting record of Yo-Yo Ma's illustrious career.”
“Mike Ragogna: Today I'm talking with the Julliard-at-nine, Mr. Harvard graduate with an honorary doctorate, and renowned international cellist Yo-Yo Ma.”
“The premiere of Graham Fitkin's delicately scored cello concerto, performed by Yo-Yo Ma, demanded and received close listening.”
“Yo-Yo Ma starts recital with dessert, by Anne Midgette”
“Organized by Long Yu, whom I called a Chinese superconductor in an earlier profile, it brings together a heavy-hitting roster of international artists of Asian descent -- Lang Lang and Yo-Yo Ma, Midori and Sarah Chang, Tan Dun and Myung-Whun Chung, Cho-Liang Lin and Ray Chen -- for a panoply of concerts with an array of orchestras from China, Korea, and Taiwan.”
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