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Zuill Bailey

Zuill Bailey plays his Baroque-era cello.
Zuill Bailey plays his Baroque-era cello.

In this episode of We Are UT, Keith Pannell sits down for a quick discussion with Grammy Award winning cellist, Zuill Bailey, to talk about his childhood passion for playing blossomed into being one of the more renowned cello players who perform around the world, which includes the opening track of the World Premiere Recording of Ernest Bloch.

Zuill Bailey is a multi-Grammy Award winning cellist, soloist, recitalist, and Artistic Director. Being featured on symphony orchestras all over the world, Zuill Bailey is well known for his performances in various countries. Earning both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Peabody Conservatory and the Juilliard School, Zuill took his talents and experience to El Paso where he is currently the Artistic Director of El Paso Pro Musica and the Center for Arts Entrepreneurship at the University of Texas at El Paso.

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This interview originally aired on March 3, 2023.

London, England’s Dr. Keith Pannell created Science Studio in 1987 and has hosted the show for more than thirty years. With a Ph.D. in Chemistry, Pannell provides listeners with a unique insight on the sciences. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at UTEP.
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