Béla Fleck is widely recognized as one of the world’s premier banjo players, and is currently in NYC to perform a live show and answer fan questions at The New York Times headquarters. Jon Pareles, chief pop music critic for The Times, will be in the room to ask those questions. He will be joined by Caryn Ganz, The Times’s pop music editor, who will be chatting with the audience and providing insight throughout. You can submit your own questions here.
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