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Cameron Carpenter at the NAC

Carpenter.jpgOrganist Cameron Carpenter is well-known for tweaking organ masterpieces, such as the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Bach - which he's performing at the National Arts Centre on October 31. And you won't have any trouble seeing him on stage, with his rhinestone boots and punk hairstyles. He spoke with Alan about re-inventing classical music, and even the organ itself.

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Cameron Carpenter also plays the NAC on November 1, at the first of the NAC's Casual Fridays events.

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