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Memphis, Tennessee

Protestants and Catholics (Catholicism) from Northern Ireland, and disadvantaged minority students from within the United States, especially from Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) and Dallas (Dallas, Texas). The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Young Strings program works with Apple Hill to encourage poor minority students through music, giving dedicated and talented students free music lessons from symphony players. The 1992 tour of the Middle East was featured in a PBS Documentary


Northern Ireland

from diverse backgrounds, especially from ethnicities and nations in conflict, including Israelis and Palestinians, Protestants (Protestantism) and Catholics (Catholicism) from Northern Ireland, and disadvantaged minority students from within the United States, especially from Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) and Dallas (Dallas, Texas). The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Young Strings program works with Apple Hill to encourage poor minority students through music, giving


Manhattan

F50E13FE345F167B93C0A8178BD95F4C8485F9 title City Ballet Group in First Program; Works by Balanchine Offered by Unit as Series of Dance Performances Begins publisher The New York Times last Martin first John author-link John Martin (dance critic) date October 12, 1948 Its success was marked by its move to the New York State Theater, now David H. Koch Theater, designed by Philip Johnson to Balanchine's specifications. City Ballet went on to become the first ballet company


Israel

and master classes as well as awarding Summer Festival scholarships to music students from diverse backgrounds, especially from ethnicities and nations in conflict, including Israelis and Palestinians, Protestants (Protestantism) and Catholics (Catholicism) from Northern Ireland, and disadvantaged minority students from within the United States, especially from Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) and Dallas (Dallas, Texas). The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Young Strings program

works with Apple Hill to encourage poor minority students through music, giving dedicated and talented students free music lessons from symphony players. The 1992 tour of the Middle East was featured in a PBS documentary (Documentary film), "Playing for Peace," directed by Peter Rosen. Consequences Palestinian involvement did increase in Lebanon in the early 1970s, especially after the failed coup in Jordan (Black September in Jordan) in September 1970, the Lebanese


United States

as well as awarding Summer Festival scholarships to music students from diverse backgrounds, especially from ethnicities and nations in conflict, including Israelis and Palestinians, Protestants (Protestantism) and Catholics (Catholicism) from Northern Ireland, and disadvantaged minority students from within the United States, especially from Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) and Dallas (Dallas, Texas). The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Young Strings program works


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