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The Thinking Behind Carnegie Hall's New Youth Orchestra
"Youth orchestras get to have it both ways. If they play brilliantly, they get accolades; if they do not, they get points for inspiring young players. The NYO-USA is trying to be many things, to many people: the best players, yet the most well-rounded; a national orchestra, but heading to Russia with a heavily Russian program and a Russian conductor." Washington Post 07/11/13
Posted July 12, 2013 07:31 AM




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