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It's Never to Late to Make Music, Review of The Late Starter's Orchestra

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Posted: Sunday, July 13, 2014 9:59 pm

After years of sitting with his son through Suzuki cello lessons, Ari decided to try playing for himself. Ari was a late-starter. He didn't begin lessons as a child; he started at age 26, and he never got to be really good at cello playing. He put it down for years and then picked it up again.

The unifying thread running through “The Late Starter’s Orchestra” is Ari’s desire to play a cello solo at his 60th birthday party.

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