A story of friendship, tradition, and the transforming power of shared music.
In the early '60s, a young man at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee experienced an epiphany listening to Bach's B minor Mass in the home of one of his professors. The power of that encounter led him some forty years later to spearhead the creation of a music listening library in Sewanee boasting 40,000 recordings, showcased in a million-dollar room with state-of-the-art audio equipment. His goal: to provide the same kind of transformative listening experience for today's "ear-bud generation" of students.
A video for Wilson Audio for which I was Director/Cameraman/Editor.