• GLASSES blog | Since its inception in 2007, Ensemble ACJW has been a pioneer in the quest to broaden the definition of what a musician’s career can be in the 21st century.
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    • GLASSES blog | Throughout the spring, Ensemble ACJW has been presenting a series of three concerts at National Sawdust, one of New York City’s most cutting-edge new music venues. ACJW violin fellow Siwoo Kim reflects on the process of creating the program for “Turning Point,” the second concert in the series—taking place on May 3—which features Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony (in Webern’s small ensemble arrangement), as well as pieces influenced by his revolutionary ideas.
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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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    • 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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