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All floors of the Institute of Politics are packed as cellist Yo-Yo Ma speaks with David Gergen at "Cultural Citizenship".
A crowded first floor, shown from above.
Phones and cameras alike dot the crowd as Yo-Yo Ma performs alongside Michael Glen Block, on the right.
Michael Glen Block, right, plays with Yo-Yo Ma in an interactive performance on Thursday night.
A member of the crowd snaps a photo as Yo-Yo Ma performs in the Institute of Politics on Thursday night.
Yo-Yo Ma partakes in a selfie after the IOP discussion, reminiscent of Ellen's record-breaking selfie just days ago at the Oscars.
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma ’76 filled the Institute of Politics with the sound of music yesterday during a discussion on the arts, which culminated in an interactive cello performance that received a standing ovation from the audience.
Yo-Yo Ma ’76 plays his cello during a John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics. Ma, who previously played “Bach Cello Suite 1,” participated in a Cultural Citizenship conversation with David R. Gergen on Thursday.
Yo-Yo Ma '76 speaks with David R. Gergen at a John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Thursday March 7.
A forum at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum discussed Russia’s alleged occupation of Crimea, an autonomous republic of Ukraine, on Tuesday night.
Laura Holgate, Senior Director of WMD Terrorism and Threat Reduction, gives her opinion on the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit during the panel, "Preventing Nuclear Terrorism: Prospects for the Upcoming Summit" at the IOP on March 3. Holgate explained how nuclear terrorism is a result of "motivation, capability, and opportunity."
Leaders in the field of nuclear security argued that the American public could play a greater role in bringing more attention to national security issues at a panel at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Monday.