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Meet the medical professionals playing classical music together online
by Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Isabella Gomez Sarmiento
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9 August 2020
On 9 August 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
When cases of the coronavirus spiked in March, doctors and nurses across the [United States] found themselves overwhelmed with work. The shutdown also took away an important creative outlet for a special breed of medical professional: classical musicians. That's why John Masko, a symphony conductor in Boston, founded the National Virtual Medical Orchestra, giving those in the medical field a chance to perform and connect with each other.
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'Medical musicians around the country are discovering each other and many are reconnecting with old friends,' Masko says. 'We've had that happen through our ensemble already.'
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