From Mao to Mozart

An excellent documentary covering a tour to China by violinist Isaac Stern. The scenes showing his instructing young and talented musicians are superb, as are some visually stunning sequences of China and its vibrant people.

Year: 1980
Genre: Documentaries, Performing Arts, General Docos
Country: USA
Director: Murray Lerner
Starring: Isaac Stern, David Golub, Tan Shuzhen
Duration: 82 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Documentary (General)
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