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Music, for what ails you

By Milva DiDomizio
Globe Staff / December 3, 2010

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The Longwood Symphony Orchestra is full of medical professionals who moonlight as musicians. The soloist for the group’s upcoming performance, soprano Joanna Porackova, is a nurse. In the concert’s promotional materials, Porackova (inset) says her work with patients informs her vocal performances: “My intention in both careers is to offer healing.’’ That works for the LSO, whose mission is to ... (Full article: 104 words)

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