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UM’s Frost School announces partnership with Universal Music Classics

 

South Florida Classical Review

The University of Miami Frost School of Music has announced a partnership with Universal Music Classics, home of the Decca, Deutsche Grammophon and Mercury Classics recording labels, intended to identify new paths for aspiring professional musicians and build audiences for “classic music genres.”

Called Universal Music U@Frost, the initiative will focus on musician training, the concert experience and the role of the record label, and will endeavor to build a worldwide network of young composers, performers and consumers.

Read the story at SouthFloridaClassicalReview.com.

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