Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Harvard Law Librarian is Organist for Boston Red Sox

I couldn't resist linking to this article from Harvard Magazine:
"In 2003, while auditioning to become the Boston Red Sox organist, Josh Kantor was asked to play Motown, disco, Sinatra, the Beatles, and 'as many different things as you can think of that are 10 seconds or less that might energize a crowd'—all by ear. A savvy musician who plays seven instruments, including harmonica, upright bass, and guitar (he accompanied improv comedy groups at Brandeis, where he earned his B.A. in 1994), Kantor got the gig. But he kept his day job at the Harvard Law Library, where he’s now a reference and interlibrary loan assistant."

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:01 pm


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