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How a Portland Orchestra is Transforming Young Lives Through the Power of Music

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A movement to bring classical music to poor youth that started 40 years ago in Venezuela has spread to Oregon. The program is called BRAVO Youth Orchestras and it’s serving more than 100 students in four of the city’s poorest schools where music education didn’t exist.