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Could you survive this deadly audition game?

Nathan Cole, First Associate Concertmaster of the LA Phil, and Assistant Concertmaster Akiko Tarumoto (pictured) have put together a board game of all the things that can go wrong when you’re preparing for the long-awaited big audition. Sample: On the evening of the last concert, as you’re warming up onstage in your seat, the concertmaster walks […]
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