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Brass of Peace Scholarship Program (Uncredited)

Brass of Peace Scholarship Program

The Brass of Peace Scholarship Program (BOP), sponsored by Eclipse Chamber Orchestra, is a tuition-fee program for talented high school brass players.  Participants in BOP are from every economic, ethnic, and racial background. Over a period of 36 weeks during the school year, BOP scholars, a group of 11-15 gifted players, are given two-hour weekly coaching sessions with National Symphony Orchestra hornist and Eclipse Music Director, Sylvia Alimena. BOP provides a nurturing and intense training ground for its members so that they will be more likely to succeed in the competitive field of music. It also helps them build confidence in performing and public speaking.

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Brass of Peace 1/3/14: Brass of Peace

Led by NSO hornist Sylvia Alimena, the participants in this tuition-free program for talented high school students play classical works.

Brass of Peace

Led by NSO hornist Sylvia Alimena, the participants in this tuition-free program for talented high school students play classical works.
Brass Of Peace Scholarship Program 11/16/05: Brass Of Peace Scholarship Program

“BOP,” a tuition-free program for talented high school students led by NSO hornist Sylvia Alimena, prepares its members for greater success in the field of music.

Brass Of Peace Scholarship Program

“BOP,” a tuition-free program for talented high school students led by NSO hornist Sylvia Alimena, prepares its members for greater success in the field of music.

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