Daniel Cho | TEDxOaklandUniversity
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Daniel performs a Telemann Fantasia for Solo violin, which is in 4 short movements (Funnily, the audience claps after the first movement). He briefly explains how music affects people and the history of the composer (Georg Philipp Telemann) before launching into the piece. Also, after his performance he compares part of one of the movements to Astor Piazolla.
Daniel is an amazingly multitalented young composer, pianist, and violinist. He has won numerous awards, performed internationally, and has played at Carnegie Hall