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“It’s the moral duty of musicians to inspire the community where they work,’’ says Courtney Lewis, who introduces students to classical music with his Discovery Ensemble. “It’s the moral duty of musicians to inspire the community where they work,’’ says Courtney Lewis, who introduces students to classical music with his Discovery Ensemble. ()
By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / January 16, 2010

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At 25, Courtney Lewis has already had a pronounced impact on the Boston classical music scene. In 2008, he founded Discovery Ensemble, a chamber orchestra that has become known for concerts that mix in challenging new pieces amid the more familiar repertoire. The ensemble has also conducted numerous workshops in Dorchester, introducing students to composers such as Stravinsky and Copland. ... (Full article: 547 words)

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