Daniil Simkin of American Ballet Theatre and former dancer Susan Jaffe address perfection.
The company was unique since its founding for not being devoted to one choreographer.
The language of the ballet is in French; it all began in France with King Louis XIV.
Rosen describes key assets that allowed him to make the film and tell a new story.
In 1923, Heifetz gave concerts for Japanese quake victims, and to raise money for them.
"After I came to America, my one aim, it seems, was to enjoy myself," said the violinist.
Itzhak Perlman recalls his first encounter with Jascha Heifetz as a teenage student.
Jascha Heifetz arranged a popular Mexican song to include in his Mexico City concert.
One can hear the passion in Heifetz' violin playing, even if his stance was impassive.
Violinist Jascha Heifetz toured military bases for the USO during World War II.
Clark Terry played trumpet and flugelhorn in a career that spanned more than 70 years.
Clark Terry talks about Count Basie's sense of space and time.