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Some chamber groups are named after locations, composers or even their founders. Here are ten stranger names that go beyond the obvious.
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Caroline Shaw spent practically all her life studying & playing the violin. But then, two years after enrolling in grad school for composition, she won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Music.
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