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Leonard Slatkin will teach conducting in Manhattan

news release: New York, NY (October 6, 2016) – This month Manhattan School of Music (MSM) and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) launch their first annual Conductors’ Project, a “podium partnership” that will see two recent MSM conducting graduates chosen as Conducting Fellows to work with DSO Music Director Leonard Slatkin, the MSM Symphony Orchestra, […]
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