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Sharon Isbin: Seeking Out Serenity
by Liz Robbins
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2 January 2015
On 2 January 2015 New York Times reported:
Grammy Award winner Sharon Isbin has been a trailblazer both for female musicians and for the guitar's place in the classical music world. She has also practiced Transcendental Meditation for 41 years. In a New York Times interview Isbin said, '(Transcendental Meditation) is an extraordinary way to release stress and allow it to dissolve, so that you can focus on what you want to focus on, and have your energy towards very positive things.'
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Director of guitar programs at the Juilliard School and the Aspen Music Festival, Ms Isbin also collaborates on a number of projects with other musicians. She details a busy yet exemplary lifestyle in the article—an inspiration to us all.
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