'New World' Grads Approach a Musical Bridge At the New World Symphony in Miami, the challenge for young classical musicians finishing a three-year program is to find a new job in their profession. Ari Shapiro has watched the progress of symphony members over the past year. In the last of a three-part series, he reports on the challenges of transition.
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'New World' Grads Approach a Musical Bridge

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'New World' Grads Approach a Musical Bridge

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'New World' Grads Approach a Musical Bridge

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At the New World Symphony in Miami, the challenge for young classical musicians finishing a three-year program is to find a new job in their profession. Ari Shapiro has watched the progress of symphony members over the past year. In the last of a three-part series, he reports on the challenges of transition.

Doyle Armbrust is auditioning for work beyond the New World Symphony. Ari Shapiro, NPR hide caption

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