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Almost a year after playing New York’s fabled Carnegie Hall, several members of the Utah Symphony performed at a venue their music director, Thierry Fischer, deemed equally important to the orchestra’s mission: the Dessaix-Baptiste Music School in Jacmel, Haiti. Fischer …

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