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When the New World Symphony launched in the US four years ago, the primary goal was to train the next generation of young classical musicians.
But the orchestral academy, based in Florida, has done so much more to bring music to the masses.
The students have become important teachers to those who might not otherwise get the chance to learn.
Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Miami.
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