Alexandra Snyder Dunbar has three harpsichords in her Georgia home, so she had to choose just one to play when she joined Classical IPR via Zoom this week.
Snyder Dunbar was the first guest in a new series called Notes from Home, featuring interviews with classical musicians from their homes.
She spoke about her time as a student at Interlochen, including the time she played for an attentive mouse in a practice room.
Snyder Dunbar performed the Prelude and Fugue in B-flat major from J. S. Bach's first book of the Well-Tempered Clavier.
Guests during the session included the garbage truck and Frankie the dog.
Watch the entire interview with IPR's Amanda Sewell below.