Mira Wang Explores American Identity in Bill Murray’s New Worlds

Bill Murray & Jan Vogler's literary musical 'New World's' tour makes a stop at New York City's Carnegie Hall on October 16, featuring renowned violinist Mira Wang. Born in Beijing, where her passion for music was cultivated throughout her childhood, she'd later make the move to America to continue her studies and launch a global career in classical music. Reporter Sarah Wendt sits down with the violinist for insight into her life, career, experience collaborating with Bill Murray & Friends, and her take on New World's theme 'American Identity'.

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