The Music Academy of the West’s 2014 Summer Festival Opens June 16; June Highlights Include Takács String Quartet and eighth blackbird

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The Music Academy of the West’s 2014 Summer Festival Opens June 16; June Highlights Include Takács String Quartet and eighth blackbird

 

 

 

 

 

Hailed as “a magnet for some of the country’s most gifted young musicians” (Santa Barbara News-Press), the Music Academy of the West opens the 67th season of its annual summer music school and festival on June 16. With more than 200 events to be presented through August 9 at the Academy’s beautiful Miraflores campus and in venues throughout scenic Santa Barbara, the Academy has often been described as “classical music on America’s Riviera.” The Takács String Quartet is in residence in June to oversee the String Quartet Seminar, and this Gramophone Hall of Fame ensemble performs Beethoven, Barber and Dvorák on June 18. The rich slate of seminars, masterclasses and starry performances this month also includes the first of this summer’s Mosher Guest Artists – the multi-Grammy Award-winning new music sextet eighth blackbird – in concert on June 26. The Academy Festival Orchestra plays its opening concert at the newly renovated Lobero Theatre on June 21; a highlight of that program is a new arrangement for brass of Richard Strauss’s An Alpine Symphony by the Chicago Symphony’s Principal Trombonist Jay Friedman. Academy faculty members Marilyn Horne and Warren Jones introduce the 2014 Voice and Vocal Piano Fellows (June 18), and Jerome Lowenthal showcases his eight Solo Piano Fellows at Pianofest (June 27) in the Academy’s ongoing “learning through performance” events. 

 

 

 

“We have one goal in mind for our Summer Festival: to provide a rich and involving array of events that enable patrons and Fellows alike to engage, absorb, and celebrate the many aspects of classical music at its best,” said Music Academy President Scott Reed. Two of this summer’s Academy “firsts” will unfold in July and August: the inauguration of an unprecedented new partnership with the New York Philharmonic, and a new production of Carmen, in honor of Marilyn Horne’s 80th birthday. Additionally, Glenn Dicterow joins the Academy’s distinguished faculty, following his final concerts in June as the New York Philharmonic’s longtime concertmaster.

 

The first of the Music Academy’s multiple “Carmen Celebration” events to honor Horne, who has headed the Academy’s Voice Program since 1997 and is herself a 1953 alumna, is a screening of the film Carmen Jones on June 11. The legendary mezzo-soprano was discovered in what would become her signature role of Carmen as the singing voice of Dorothy Dandridge in the 1954 film. 

 

 

 

A Solo Piano Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal on June 16 signals the launch of one of the hallmarks of the Music Academy experience, its extensive masterclass program, which complements individual private instruction. For the 2014 Summer School and Festival, 140 Fellows from thirteen countries and ranging in age from 18 to 33 will participate in the multitude of masterclasses presented by members of the string, woodwind, brass, percussion, voice, and piano faculty. 

 

On June 18, the Takács String Quartet, described as “matchless” by The Guardian, performs a program of Beethoven, Barber, and Dvorák. The Takács once again oversees the Academy’s innovative String Quartet Seminar, which provides 16 string Fellows with intensive ensemble coaching over the course of seven days, culminating in a public recital by four quartets of participating Fellows at Hahn Hall on June 20. 

 

 

 

Support from the Samuel B. and Margaret C. Mosher Foundation enables the Music Academy to continue to host stellar guest artists such as the imaginative contemporary chamber sextet eighth blackbird, termed “polished, personable, [and] routinely dazzling” by the New York Times (June 26). As the San Francisco Chronicle proclaimed: “There seems to be nothing they can’t do, musically or otherwise.” Each of the Mosher Guest Artist recitals, as well as chamber music concerts by Academy faculty and Fellows, take place in the Academy’s intimate Hahn Hall, which the Los Angeles Times describes as “perfect for chamber music and recitals [because] the acoustics are unobtrusive; nothing gets between music and the ear.” 

 

 

 

In another June highlight, Larry Rachleff, music director of the Rhode Island Philharmonic and Rice University’s Shepherd School orchestras, joins Chicago Symphony Principal Trombonist Jay Friedman for the season’s opening Academy Festival Orchestra concert at Santa Barbara’s Lobero Theatre on June 21. Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Strauss’s birth, Friedman will conduct his own arrangement for brass of An Alpine Symphony; Rachleff will be on the podium for Prokofiev’s “Classical” Symphony and Beethoven’s Second Symphony. The following week at the Granada Theater, Rachleff will lead the orchestra in Strauss’s Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, and Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5 (June 28). 

 

 

 

After last season’s finale by the Academy Festival Orchestra, the Santa Barbara News-Press stated, “For eight weeks each summer, the Music Academy blithely and blissfully takes over our town, presenting a thicket of classical music for our listening pleasure, spoiling us with a high caliber of music and celebrated visitors.” On June 16 the listening pleasure begins again.  

 

 

 

About the Music Academy of the West

 

Founded in 1947 by a group of Southern California arts patrons and musicians that included Lotte Lehmann and Otto Klemperer, the Music Academy of the West is among the nation’s preeminent summer schools and festivals for gifted young classical musicians. The Academy provides these promising musicians with the opportunity for advanced study and frequent performance under the guidance of internationally renowned faculty artists, guest conductors and soloists. Admission to the Academy is strictly merit based, and Fellows receive full scholarships (tuition, room and board). 

 

 

 

Music Academy of the West alumni number more than 6,000, representing a veritable “who’s who” of the classical music world. They include Metropolitan Opera stars Marilyn Horne (’53), Grace Bumbry (’56), Thomas Hampson (’78), Juan Diego Flórez (’95), Isabel Leonard (’05), and Alek Shrader (’08); pianist Orion Weiss (’00); the late Lotfi Mansouri (’57), General Director Emeritus of the San Francisco Opera; Cynthia Phelps (’79 & ’83), Principal Viola of the New York Philharmonic; clarinetist David Shifrin (’68), former Artistic Director of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center; Laurence Lesser (’53), former President of the New England Conservatory; and singer-songwriter Burt Bacharach (’55).

 

 

 

An audio introduction 

 

“The Future of Classical Music on America’s Riviera” is a two-hour radio special about the Music Academy of the West, hosted by Carol Burnett and produced and distributed by the WFMT Radio Network. A 23-minute excerpt from the program can be heard here.  

 

 

 

The Music Academy of the West’s summer festival continues through August 9 with the wide array of offerings outlined below. For more information, visit www.musicacademy.org. High-resolution photos may be downloaded here.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music Academy of the West 2014

 

Summer Festival: June 16–August 9

 

Santa Barbara, CA

 

 

 

Festival highlights “at a glance”

 

June 18: Takács Quartet 

 

June 21: Larry Rachleff and Jay Friedman with members of the Academy Festival Orchestra

 

June 26: eighth blackbird in recital

 

June 27: PianoFest

 

June 28: Marilyn Horne Masterclass

 

June 28: Larry Rachleff with Academy Festival Orchestra

 

July 5: Daniel Hope in concert  

 

July 5, 7: Opera Scenes

 

July 9: Warren Jones Masterclass

 

July 12: Edward Gardner and Jeremy Denk with Academy Festival Orchestra

 

July 17: Deborah Voigt in recital

 

July 19: Joshua Weilerstein with Academy Festival Orchestra – “Concerto Night”

 

July 19: Marilyn Horne Song Competition

 

July 21: Academy Percussion Ensemble

 

July 26: Alan Gilbert with members of the Academy Festival Orchestra 

 

August 1, 3: Carmen (David Paul, stage director; James Gaffigan, conductor)

 

August 2: Joshua Roman with Academy Fellows

 

August 4: Jonathan Biss in recital

 

August 7: Cabaret, the Academy’s Signature Gala  

 

August 9: Thomas Adès with Academy Festival Orchestra

 

 

 

Chronological listing of events

 

June 11 (pre-season event)

 

Film screening: Otto Preminger’s Carmen Jones (1954) 

 

  With Marilyn Horne as the singing voice of Dorothy Dandridge

 

 

 

June 16 

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal

 

Flute Masterclass with Timothy Day

 

Violin Masterclass with Kathleen Winkler

 

 

 

June 17

 

String Chamber Masterclass with Tákacs Quartet

 

Trombone and Tuba Masterclass with Mark Lawrence

 

Viola Masterclass with Donald McInnes

 

 

 

June 18

 

Vocal Masterclass: Introduction of the 2014 Singers and Vocal Pianists with Marilyn Horne and Warren Jones

 

Cello Masterclass with Alan Stepansky

 

Oboe Masterclass with David Weiss

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

Brass Ensemble Open Rehearsal with Jay Friedman

 

Takács Quartet Recital

 

  Beethoven: Quartet No. 8, Op. 59, No. 2, “Rasumovsky”

 

  Barber: Adagio from String Quartet, Op. 11

 

  Dvorák: Quintet in G, Op. 77 (with Nico Abondolo, double bass)

 

 

 

June 19

 

”The Path to Optimal Performance” workshop with Bill Williams

 

Percussion Masterclass with Edward Atkatz

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Feldman

 

 

 

June 20

 

Vocal Masterclass with Marilyn Horne

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Dennis Michel

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Barbara Butler

 

Horn Masterclass with Michelle Baker

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Jorja Fleezanis

 

String Quartet Seminar Recital by the four quartets coached by the Takács Quartet

 

 

 

June 21

 

Members of the Academy Festival Orchestra with Jay Friedman and Larry Rachleff, conductors

 

  R. Strauss, arr. by Jay Friedman: An Alpine Symphony, Op. 64

 

   Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1 in D Major, “Classical,” Op. 25

 

  Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36

 

 

 

June 23

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal

 

Flute Masterclass with Timothy Day

 

Brass Ensemble Open Sectional with Paul Merkelo

 

Violin Masterclass with Sylvia Rosenberg

 

 

 

June 24

 

Mosher Guest Artist Contemporary Music Masterclass with eighth blackbird

 

String Chamber Masterclass with Peter Salaff

 

Trombone & Tuba Masterclass with Mark Lawrence

 

Viola Masterclass with Donald McInnes

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with faculty artists

 

Tower: Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman, No. 5

 

Brahms: Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor

 

  Stravinsky: Octet

 

  Beethoven: Piano Trio in E-flat, Op. 70, No. 2

 

 

 

June 25

 

Cello Masterclass with Alan Stepansky

 

Oboe Masterclass with David Weiss

 

Vocal Masterclass with Warren Jones

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Dennis Michel

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

Masterclass Sampler with Jorja Fleezanis, Barbara Butler, and Jerome Lowenthal

 

 

 

June 26

 

Percussion Masterclass with Matthew Duvall of eighth blackbird

 

Piano chamber Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Feldman

 

Mosher Guest Artist Recital with eighth blackbird

 

 

 

June 27

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Charlie Geyer

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Jorja Fleezanis

 

PianoFest with Jerome Lowenthal, featuring eight Solo Piano Fellows

 

 

 

June 28

 

Marilyn Horne Masterclass at UCSB 

 

 

 

Academy Festival Orchestra with Larry Rachleff, conductor

 

  R. Strauss: Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare

 

  Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67

 

  Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5 in B-flat, Op. 100

 

 

 

June 30

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Choong Mo Kang

 

Flute Masterclass with Timothy Day

 

Violin Masterclass with Elmar Oliviera

 

 

 

July 1

 

String Chamber Masterclass with Jorja Fleezanis

 

Trombone & Tuba Masterclass with Mark Lawrence

 

Viola Masterclass with Donald McInnes

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with faculty artists

 

  Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds, K. 452

 

  Ravel: Tzigane

 

  Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio, Op. 50

 

 

 

July 2

 

Brass Ensemble Open Rehearsal with Mark Lawrence

 

Cello Masterclass with Alan Stepansky

 

Oboe Masterclass with Eugene Izotov

 

Vocal Masterclass with John Fisher

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Dennis Michel

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

Concerto Competition Finals, Part One (strings)

 

 

 

July 3

 

Piano Chamber Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal

 

Percussion Masterclass with Edward Atkatz

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Feldman

 

Harp Masterclass with JoAnn Turovsky

 

Concerto Competition Finals, Part Two (winds, brass, percussion, solo piano)

 

 

 

July 4

 

Mosher Guest Artist Masterclass with Daniel Hope, violin

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Paul Merkelo

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Jorja Fleezanis

 

Picnic Concert featuring Academy Fellows

 

 

 

July 5

 

Opera Scenes with director Gregory Fortner and conductors Warren Jones, John Churchwell, and John Fisher

 

Mosher Guest Artist Concert with violinist Daniel Hope, leading a chamber orchestra of Academy faculty and Fellows

 

Max Richter: Recomposed: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

 

 

 

July 7

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal

 

Flute Masterclass with Timothy Day

 

Brass Ensemble Open Sectional with Paul Merkelo

 

Violin Masterclass with Kathleen Winkler

 

Opera Scenes with director Gregory Fortner and conductors Warren Jones, John Churchwell, and John Fisher

 

 

 

July 8

 

String Chamber Music Masterclass with Peter Salaff

 

Trombone and Tuba Masterclass with Mark Lawrence

 

Viola Masterclass with Donald McInnes

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with faculty artists

 

  Mark O’Connor: Chief Sitting in the Rain, College Hornpipe

 

Busoni: Carmen Fantasy

 

  Dvorák: Serenade for Winds, Op. 44

 

  Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion

 

 

 

July 9

 

Cello Masterclass with Alan Stepansky

 

Oboe Masterclass with David Weiss

 

Vocal Masterclass with Warren Jones

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Dennis Michel

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

 

 

July 10

 

Academy Open House

 

All events free and open to the public

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jeremy Denk

 

Piano Chamber Masterclass with Jerome Lowenthal

 

Percussion Masterclass with Edward Atkatz

 

“The Path to Optimal Performance” workshop with Bill Williams

 

Downtown Community Concert with Academy Fellows

 

Opera Preview: Carmen

 

 

 

July 11

 

MERIT Recital (local musicians aged 11 to 17)

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Paul Merkelo

 

Vocal Masterclass with Fred Carama

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Alexander Treger

 

Picnic Concert 

 

 

 

July 12

 

Academy Festival Orchestra with Edward Gardner, conductor

 

  Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra

 

  Bartók: Piano Concerto No. 3 (with Jeremy Denk, piano)

 

  Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2

 

 

 

July 14

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Jeremy Denk

 

Flute Masterclass with Timothy Day

 

Violin Masterclass with Alexander Treger

 

Academy Brass Ensemble in Concert

 

 

 

July 15 

 

String Chamber Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow

 

Trombone & Tuba Masterclass with Mark Lawrence

 

Viola Masterclass with Richard O’Neill

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with Jeremy Denk and faculty artists

 

  Milhaud: Scaramouche

 

  Rebecca Clarke: Viola Sonata

 

  Ives: Piano Sonata No. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840-60

 

 

 

July 16

 

Cello Masterclass with Alan Stepansky

 

Oboe Masterclass with Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida

 

Vocal Masterclass with John Churchwell

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Benjamin Kamins

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

 

 

July 17

 

Piano Chamber Masterclass with Jeremy Denk

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Feldman

 

Downtown Community Concert

 

Mosher Guest Artist Recital with Deborah Voigt

 

 

 

July 18

 

Mosher Guest Artist Masterclass with Deborah Voigt

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Paul Merkelo

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

Picnic Concert 

 

 

 

July 19

 

Marilyn Horne Song Competition (10 am)

 

Marilyn Horne Song Competition (1 pm)

 

Concerto Night with Joshua Weilerstein, conductor

 

  Concertos to be announced on July 4

 

  Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64

 

 

 

July 21

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Stephen Hough

 

Violin Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow

 

Flute Masterclass with Timothy Day

 

Orchestral Repertoire for Brass Players with Paul Merkelo

 

Academy Percussion Ensemble in Concert

 

 

 

July 22 

 

String Chamber Masterclass with Martin Beaver

 

Trombone and Tuba Masterclass with Ralph Sauer

 

Viola Masterclass with Richard O’Neill

 

Opera Covers Performance: Carmen sing-through

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with Stephen Hough, faculty artists, James Gaffigan, conductor

 

  Debussy/Sachs: Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune

 

  Stephen Hough: Piano Sonata No. 2, “Nottourno Luminoso”

 

Mahler, arr. Klaus Simon: Symphony No. 4

 

 

 

July 23

 

Cello Masterclass with Joshua Roman

 

Oboe Masterclass with Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Benjamin Kamins

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

 

 

July 24

 

Piano Chamber Masterclass with Alan Gilbert

 

Percussion Masterclass with Michael Werner

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Feldman

 

Downtown Community Concert

 

Vocal Chamber Music Concert

 

   Vivaldi: Motet “O qui coeli terracque”

 

   Vaughan Williams: “Four Hymns”

 

   Respighi: “Il Tramonto”

 

   Barber: “Dover Beach”

 

   Lori Laitman: “Daughters”

 

   Jon Deak: “The Ugly Duckling”

 

 

 

July 25

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Paul Merkelo

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

Picnic Concert 

 

 

 

July 26

 

Alan Gilbert & Members of the Academy Festival Orchestra

 

  Thomas Adès: Chamber Symphony

 

  Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony No. 1

 

  Schubert: Symphony No. 2 in B-flat, D. 125

 

 

 

July 28

 

Solo Piano Masterclass TBA

 

Viola Masterclass with Cynthia Phelps

 

Flute Masterclass with Jim Walker

 

Violin Masterclass with Kathleen Winkler

 

Mock Audition for Brass Players with Julie Landsman, Paul Merkelo, and Ralph Sauer

 

 

 

July 29

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with faculty artists

 

  Ravel: Sonatine

 

Matthias Pintscher: Uriel

 

  Mendelssohn: Octet

 

Masterclass Sampler with New York Philharmonic musicians Eric Bartlett, cello; Robert Langevin, flute; Joseph Alessi, trombone

 

 

 

July 30

 

Brass Ensemble Open Rehearsal with Joseph Alessi

 

Cello Masterclass with David Geber

 

Oboe Masterclass with Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Benjamin Kamins

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

OperaNow! Live Podcast with Marilyn Horne, Michael Rice, Oliver Camacho, and Jennifer Rivera (new)

 

 

 

July 31

 

String Chamber Masterclass with Peter Salaff

 

Percussion Masterclass with Michael Werner

 

Downtown Community Concert

 

Picnic Concert 

 

 

 

August 1

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Paul Merkelo

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

Bizet: Carmen with James Gaffigan, conductor, and David Paul, director (new production)

 

 

 

August 2

 

Chamber Music Matinee

 

Joshua Roman and Academy Fellows in Concert

 

   Includes John Adams’ Shaker Loops and world premiere of Life on Mars by Joshua Roman on poems 

 

   by Tracy K. Smith

 

 

 

August 3

 

Bizet: Carmen with James Gaffigan, conductor and David Paul, director (new production)

 

 

 

August 4

 

Violin Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow

 

Flute Masterclass with Jim Walker

 

Mosher Guest Artist Recital with Jonathan Biss

 

  Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 2

 

  Janácek: Selections from On an Overgrown Path

 

  Chopin: Nocturne No. 1 in B Major, Op. 62

 

   Chopin: Polonaise Fantasie in A-flat Major, Op. 61

 

  Janácek: Sonata 1.X.1905, “From the Street”

 

  Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57, “Appassionata”

 

 

 

August 5

 

Solo Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Biss

 

Trombone and Tuba Masterclass with Ralph Sauer

 

Viola Masterclass with Donald McInnes

 

Tuesdays @ 8 Concert with faculty artists

 

  Hermann: Clarinet Quintet

 

  Brahms: Piano Quintet, Op. 34

 

 

 

August 6

 

Vocal Masterclass with Marilyn Horne

 

Cello Masterclass with David Geber

 

Oboe Masterclass with Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida

 

Bassoon Masterclass with Dennis Michel

 

Double Bass Masterclass with Nico Abondolo

 

 

 

August 7          

 

Percussion Masterclass with Michael Werner

 

Collaborative Piano Masterclass with Jonathan Feldman

 

Harp Masterclass with JoAnn Turovsky

 

Downtown Community Concert

 

Cabaret, the Academy’s Signature Gala

 

   Santa Barbara, CA

 

   Double Tree Resort

 

   Marilyn Horne, Voice Program Director

 

   Carol Burnett, Cabaret Creative Contributor; Gerald Sternbach, Cabaret Director

 

   Featuring 2014 Voice Program Fellows in classical, Broadway and pop favorites

 

   All proceeds from Cabaret directly benefit the Academy’s full-scholarship training program

 

 

 

August 8

 

String Leadership Masterclass with Glenn Dicterow and Martin Chalifour

 

Clarinet Masterclass with Richie Hawley

 

Trumpet Masterclass with Josef Burgstaller

 

Horn Masterclass with Julie Landsman

 

Solo Piano Studio Presentation

 

Picnic Concert 

 

 

 

August 9

 

Academy Festival Orchestra with Thomas Adès, conductor

 

  Ives: Variations on “America”

 

  Britten: “Four Sea Interludes” from Peter Grimes

 

  Thomas Adès: Polaris

 

  Stravinsky: Petrushka

 

 

 

 

 

For further information, contact:

 

 

 

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21C Media Group

 

 

(646) 532 4372

 

 

 

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Communications Manager

 

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www.musicacademy.org

 

 

 

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