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June 19, 2009

NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Classical Music & Opera

The 6th NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Classical Music and Opera is now accepting applications for its 10-day session October 17-27, 2009, hosted by Columbia University's Journalism School. 

The institute is open to writers and editors seeking to improve their criticism skills and gain new knowledge and contacts in classical music and opera.  Participants will attend performances, lectures, meetings and workshops led by Columbia faculty, music experts, and other journalists and bloggers.  Most expenses are covered by the Institute.

Deadline is July 23, 2009.  For more info, download the flyer.pdf or go to: 

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