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--Michael Clement, Sr. graduated from Eastman School of Music in 1963 and worked for 14 years in music therapy, orchestra, chamber music and classical recording, under Rudolf Serkin, Pablo Casals, Budapest String Quartet, Marlboro Music Festival, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and George H. Mendelssohn, with whom he pioneered classical music marketing. In 2001, he earned his Master’s Degree in Micronesian Studies at UOG and is a member of the International Council of Traditional Music, as well as a contributor to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Oxford University Press. His website is www.chamorroweb.com, and he currently teaches music appreciation at George Washington High School.
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