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Classical Pick of the Week: iCadenza Future of Music Festival

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iCadenza, a Classical music organization committed to helping young musicians, is putting on their first festival this week featuring concerts, masterclasses, and presentations. The festival will take place this Wednesday through Saturday at Zipper Hall at the Colburn School. Tickets can be purchased on eventbrite with code "festival2011" for a discount. Group discounts are available as well. Musicians from the Israeli Chamber Project and major competition winners are going to highlight the performances, and you can see the complete festival program here.