Soprano Dawn Upshaw (second from right) and fellows from Tanglewood's summer program performed the world premiere of Michael Gandolfi's Carroll in Numberland July 25. Boston Symphony Orchestra hide caption

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At 75, Tanglewood's Student Program Holds Focus On New Music And People Making It

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Gunther Schuller, shown conducting Charles Mingus's Epitaph in 2007, was a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, conductor and educator. He died Sunday at age 89. Hiroyuki Ito/Getty Images hide caption

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Gunther Schuller, Who Bridged Classical Music And Jazz, Dies At 89

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A Little Jazz, A Little Classical, Too Little Sleep

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