The Choral Arts Society of Washington is on a five-city tour of China with the Qingdao Symphony. They're performing Carmina Burana, which they performed at the Kennedy Center in mid-May. Classical WETA morning host David Ginder chats with Choral Arts Artistic Director Scott Tucker about how the tour came to be, the thrill (or grind) of touring, and about turning his chorus over to the orchestra's conductor for the performances.
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