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    • Building a successful career as a musician doesn’t necessarily mean more hours in the practice room. For Ensemble ACJW, it includes almost-weekly professional development sessions with leaders in many different fields who can inspire a path to success.
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    • A large part of Ensemble ACJW’s educational work in local New York City public schools consists of Interactive Performances—assembly-style concerts during which fellows lead listening activities, demonstrations, and musical discussions to allow students a more in-depth engagement with the music being performed.
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    • Four young people were recently asked to share their thoughts about Carnegie Hall's Future Music Project and what they’ve learned so far in this inaugural year.
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    • For the past nine years, Ensemble ACJW has traveled to Saratoga Springs, New York, for its biannual one-week residency at Skidmore College, during which the fellows offer master classes, lessons, classroom demonstrations, and performances for students, faculty, and the broader Saratoga Springs community.
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      GLASSES blog | “Practice, practice, practice” might as well be a moniker for Carnegie Hall. We’re accustomed to musicians presenting us with their seemingly effortless performances instead of the struggles and reality of practicing. Here, we dive into the world of practice: musicians of Ensemble ACJW talking honestly, and realistically, about their relationship to practicing.
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