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Meet the 11-year-old girls whose music wowed the Philharmonic
by Joshua Barone
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22 June 2018
On 22 June 2018 The New York Times reported:
Jordan Millar and Camryn Cowan joined an after-school program to learn how to compose. Now tens of thousands have heard their work. At its outdoor parks concerts last week, the New York Philharmonic performed works by two 11-year-old girls, Camryn Cowan and Jordan Millar -- newcomers to the world of composing. They won over the crowds, who gave standing ovations.
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Where does a composer go from here? Ms Cowan and Ms Millar -- two students from Brooklyn who are part of the Philharmonic's Very Young Composers initiative -- followed up on their victorious tour of New York City by, well, returning to class.
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