Atlanta Program Gives Classical Music New Face Musicians of color often have a difficult time breaking into the classical music scene. The Talent Development Program with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is trying to change that trend by nurturing African-American and Latino music students.
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Atlanta Program Gives Classical Music New Face

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Atlanta Program Gives Classical Music New Face

Atlanta Program Gives Classical Music New Face

Atlanta Program Gives Classical Music New Face

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Musicians of color often have a difficult time breaking into the classical music scene.

The Talent Development Program with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is trying to change that trend by nurturing African-American and Latino music students.

Tony Cox talks with Azira Hill — who started the program 15 years ago — and cellist Khari Joyner, one of the program's participants.