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A young woman wakes up in her Beijing dorm room to a call. A strange voice, a man she barely remembers, is asking her a question that will change her destiny. And a doctor hears one of her classical music idols play one of the greatest serenades of all time.
A young woman wakes up in her Beijing dorm room to a call. A strange voice, a man she barely remembers, is asking her a question that will change her destiny.
Thank you, Wang Ping, for sharing your story with us! Wang Ping is a poet, writer, photographer, performance and multimedia artist. Want to learn more about her? Check out her website.
Produced by Annie Nguyen, original score by Daniel Riera, artwork by Teo Ducot
“Dying to Tchaikovsky”
Family medicine physician Catherine Sonquist Forest listens to one of her classical music idols serenade a dying loved one in the hospital.
This story came to us from The Nocturnists podcast, it was told by Catherine Forest, MD. The Nocturnists are a vibrant community of healthcare workers who are celebrating their humanity through storytelling. They have live performances, a podcast, and so much more. Listen & subscribe now!
Hosted by Emily Silverman
Produced by Emily Silverman and Marina Poole.
Story Development by Adelaide Papazoglou
Sound Engineering by Alberto Hernandez
Assistant Producing by Kirk Klocke
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