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2016 Grammy Nominees
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Béla Fleck's "How to Write A Banjo Concerto" Out Now
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End of Year 2014 'Best Of' Roundup
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Jazz Weekly
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Best of 2013: Concerto Recording of the Year-Béla Fleck - The Impostor (Concerto for Banjo and Symphony Orchestra)  (Mercury Classics)
Alto Riot
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Banjo Icon Béla Fleck and Brooklyn Rider Begin 19-City North American Tour November 10 at New York's Le Poisson Rouge
21C Media Group
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Béla Fleck and the Philadelphia Orchestra @ SPAC 8/21/13
Times Union
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365 Album Project: Béla Fleck – "The Impostor"
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Bela Fleck Strums New Tunes for the Banjo in ‘Impostor’ On his new album, musician places the banjo in unfamiliar territory
The Wall Street Journal
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Review: Béla Fleck's "The Impostor"
All Music
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Review: Béla Fleck's "The Impostor"
Alto Riot
Béla Fleck, Brooklyn Rider
Grammy-Winning Banjoist Béla Fleck Makes Deutsche Grammophon/Mercury Classics Debut as Composer-Performer with The Impostor (Aug 13), Showcasing Works with Orchestra and String Quartet
21C Media Group
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String Fling Béla Fleck brings his Banjo Concerto to Severance Hall
Scene Magazine
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Bela Fleck and his banjo perform with the Cleveland Orchestra
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Banjo maestro Bela Fleck puts in impromptu appearance at Chattanooga Folk School
Chicago Tribune
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Review: Two Belas — Bartok and Fleck — shine during CSO performance
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Classical banjo: Bela Fleck delivers virtuosity in concerto with Alabama Symphony
The Birmingham News
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Béla Fleck Premieres Concerto for Banjo and Orchestra with Nashville Symphony
Nashville Symphony Press Release
Béla Fleck, famously named after Béla Bartók, Anton Webern and Leos Janácek, is stretching the boundaries of classical music. Having worked in bluegrass, country, jazz and world music, Béla released “Perpetual Motion,” in 2001, a classical recording that featured Edgar Meyer, Joshua Bell, Chris Thile and Evelyn Glennie among others. It went on to win two Grammy Awards. In 2010 The Nashville Symphony asked him to write his first concerto for banjo, which premiered at Schermerhorn Symphony Center with Music Director, Giancarlo Guerrero. In October 2013, The Nashville Symphony will tour the Midwest with Guerrero and Fleck in concerts featuring this remarkable work. 

“This is no lightweight score. It probes the instrument’s depth and diversity with complex textures, frequent meter changes and demanding technique. Hints of blues and bluegrass are never far away, a palpable tie-in with genres that elevated Fleck to his exalted position in the banjo world. But Fleck is also a skilled composer and orchestrator, whose arsenal includes a wide array of colors, clear formal architecture and solos for instruments as diverse as bass clarinet, contrabassoon and tuba."Birmingham News, AL – Birmingham Symphony - January 13, 2012

"His virtuosity as a banjo player is unrivaled, and the concerto allowed an opportunity to showcase his abilities within a symphonic world of his own creation. The piece was a tour de force of musical intelligence, wit, and restless creativity." No Depression Blog– Nashville Symphony September 28, 2011 ... read full bio