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A HARMONIOUS CHORD

January 08, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities | School of Music

Graduate students live in retirement community as artists-in-residence.

<p> By Sala Levin ’10 | <a href="http://terp.umd.edu/a-harmonious-chord/#.Wnh6J6inGUk">Terp Magazine</a></p><p> "When school of music graduate students Samantha Flores and Matthew Rynes moved into their new community this fall, they could have introduced themselves to their new neighbors with a loaf of banana bread. Instead, they brought their cello and clarinet. And the neighbors weren’t other graduate students—they were all over age 55."</p><p> Read the complete article in <a href="http://terp.umd.edu/a-harmonious-chord/#.Wnh6J6inGUk">Terp Magazine</a>.</p><p> Photo by John T. Consoli for Terp Magazine.</p><p>  </p>