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Joy in Being a Creator

Violist Nathan Schram discusses his multifaceted career, including founding Musicambia, and joy in creating your own musical voice. The full playlist is also available on YouTube.

Joy in Being a Creator | The Connected Musician

Violist Nathan Schram discusses his multifaceted career, including founding Musicambia, and the joy in creating your own musical voice.

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Joy in Searching for Meaning

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