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Episode 33: Can You Hear that Wild Harmony?

Optimism + Music

This episode features stories from our hosts as they share the quintessential optimism found in playing and listening to music.

Andrew shares his personal experience of being in the drum corps as a teenager, Owen talks about an inspiring family from Houston who battled COVID while still playing music, and Chelsea shares a video of Brazilian pianist João Carlos Martins, who regained the ability to play the piano via bionic gloves.

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