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Arts: What's Hatching at 'The Egg?'

  • Aired: 11/04/2011
  • 08:41
  • Rating: NR
Peter Lesser, executive director of the Egg Center for the Performing Arts, talks about the 'New York Banjo' project, which highlights Bela Fleck and other banjo masters from New York. 'There's always something going on at the Egg,' Lesser tells WMHT President Robert Altman, 'and we like to think we're providing a great service for the community and for the arts of New York State.'
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Peter Lesser of The Egg Center for the Performing Arts discusses this striking venue.
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