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The Grio’s 100 (McGill Brothers) #1041251

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Ron Allen) Chicago brothers Demarre McGill, who plays lead flute for the Seattle Symphony, and Anthony McGill, who is the principal clarinetist with the New York Metropolitan Opera, featured; scenes shown from performances and an early appearance on “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood.” [McGILLs – comment on being drawn to classical music and the influence of Chicago’s Merit School, which offers free lessons to inner city kids.] [Parents Demarre Sr. and Ira McGILL – comment.] [GIRL – says music helps you express yourself.]

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron

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