Members of Music in the American Wild will play classical music in Washington National Parks this month. From left: Lauren Becker, horn; Ellen Breakfield-Glick, clarinet; Emlyn Johnson, flute; Daniel Ketter, cello; Emily Sheil, viola; Colleen Bernstein, percussion and Hanna Hurwitz, violin.
Members of Music in the American Wild will play classical music in Washington National Parks this month. From left: Lauren Becker, horn; Ellen Breakfield-Glick, clarinet; Emlyn Johnson, flute; Daniel Ketter, cello; Emily Sheil, viola; Colleen Bernstein, percussion and Hanna Hurwitz, violin. Music in the American Wild Courtesy
Members of Music in the American Wild will play classical music in Washington National Parks this month. From left: Lauren Becker, horn; Ellen Breakfield-Glick, clarinet; Emlyn Johnson, flute; Daniel Ketter, cello; Emily Sheil, viola; Colleen Bernstein, percussion and Hanna Hurwitz, violin. Music in the American Wild Courtesy

National Parks inspire musicians to perform in the ‘American Wild’

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