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Conductor Mei-Ann Chen brings international flavor to the Memphis Symphony Orchestra.

This note is like saying goodbye to a friend you only get to see once a year. Hug it a little longer." — Mei-Ann Chen, rehearsing with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra Mei-Ann Chen, the first woman to win the prestigious Malko Prize…

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