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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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    • This spring, Ensemble ACJW performs a series of three concerts at National Sawdust in New York City. ACJW fellow Andrea Casarrubios talks about the thought process behind programming the first concert in the series, which features the world premiere of her work, Speechless.
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    • VIDEO blog | Ensemble ACJW performs Schumann's Märchenerzählungen, Op. 132.
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    • VIDEO blog | Watch Ensemble ACJW perform Timo Andres’s Piano Quintet.
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    • Violinist Owen Dalby, who was an Ensemble ACJW fellow from 2007–2010, recently joined the acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet as its newest member. On October 29, 2015, Owen performed for the first time at Carnegie Hall as part of the ensemble, and writes about the special experience of performing in Zankel Hall again after the fellowship.
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