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From left, Laura Jordan of Baldwinsville, Victoria Krukowski of Cicero, Libby Joyce of South Onondaga and Mary Tolone of Mattydale are among the first class of students in Upstate's Music for Health and Transition Program. To fulfill their certification requirements, the will play for patients at area healthcare institutions.

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First class of music practitioners set to play for patients as part of internship program

Six musicians, including a clarinetist who played for the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra (SSO), are poised to be among the first Syracuse-area residents certified as music practitioners through the national Music for Healing and Transition Program, now offered at Upstate University Hospital. As a final step to full certification, the six will embark on a 45-hour internship program, beginning in January, to providing


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