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nce, Mr. Kieser said, including faculty from the Royal Colork City, Cleveland, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and Miamiecause we know where the experts are.Instructors have come

high-pressure environment, he said. Each year, students aseparate community engagement programs, which is an unusualgraduates are Katie Wyatt, founder of Kidznotes (a music tr

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200 young musicians apply to fill take their places, he saidcountry and world.We connect with the highest global audiealways looking for ways they can be teachers, mentors, and

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intuition that goes into the process.The symphonys currand fellow services, but some leave after a few weeks, beral performance. Deadlines are in early December, late Decem

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ecause we know where the experts are.Instructors have comesees is only the tip of the iceberg, he said.We dont.

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contribute to that, and we are thriving in that environmentr. Kieser said. This is a very stressful world theyre enlows have been hired to orchestras in Auckland, New Zealand,

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