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Gap year programs

trombonemomtrombonemom Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
edited March 2009 in Music Major
S did not get into the schools he wanted to go to, does not want to go to school he was accepted to (did not click with prof at all!). While he has contacted schools that rejected him to ask that they reconsider, we are also looking at several options. One is a gap year music program so that he does not lose momentum he has built up the last 2 years. Any suggestions? Ideally he is looking for something where he can hone both his classical and jazz skills.


Thanks
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