Diane talks with America’s greatest classical violinist, performing this week with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center. His latest CD is titled "Romance of the Violin."

The following recordings by Joshua Bell were featured during this program. This is not necessarily a complete listing.

CD: Mendelssohn/Beethoven Violin Concertos
“Allegro molto appassionato” (Mendelssohn)

CD: Romance of the Violin
“Elegie: O Doux Printemps” by Jules Massenet

CD: Romance of the Violin
“O Mio Babbino” from “Gianni Schicci” by Giacomo Puccini

CD: Romance of the Violin
“Songs My Mother Taught Me” by Antonin Dvorak

CD: Short Trip Home
“Short Trip Home” by Edgar Meyer

CD: Short Trip Home
“Concert Duo Movement 1”

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  • Joshua Bell Grammy Award winning violinist

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