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NSO In Your Neighborhood is a week-long program featuring performances by the National Symphony Orchestra musicians and educational activities around Washington. Part of the purpose of NSO In Your Neighborhood is to make classical music more accessible to Washingtonians. We discuss the barriers to access and what the NSO is doing to confront them, as well as hear a live classical music performance in studio.
- Marissa Regni Principal Second Violinist, National Symphony Orchestra
- Warren G. Williams, III Manager of Community Relations, National Symphony Orchestra
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