Women's Prison Takes On Mozart

A correctional facility in Alaska houses the nation's only all-female prison orchestra. It's a 12-member group, and all of the musicians are serious felons learning more than just how to play Mozart.

David Shurtleff reports for Alaska Public Radio.



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