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We have provided the best in adult education for nearly 125 years and have a distinguished association with foremost figures in the artistic world.

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This class is hard and fast from the get go. Homework, learning, getting your fi...more

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This is a one-year course to develop students’ orchestration and instrumentation skills in orchestral and small ensemble settings across classical and commercial/jazz/rock...more

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