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MUSIC REVIEW

Ensemble shows exuberance from the start

The three-month-old Discovery Ensemble devoted last week to school outreach and free community performances. The three-month-old Discovery Ensemble devoted last week to school outreach and free community performances. (David st. george)
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2009

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Even in a recession, music demands to be made, and, only three months into its existence, the Discovery Ensemble hasn't let pessimistic conditions stay it from its self-appointed rounds. The collection of young musicians, founded and led by conductor Courtney Lewis, a protege; of Benjamin Zander, capped a busy week of school outreach and free community performances with a Saturday ... (Full article: 403 words)

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