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June 16, 2018 4:00 am
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Eric Abramovitz got justice against his ex-girlfriend. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Helen Hong, and Connor Paulo, the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. TYT now has a full audio network! Available where you listen to podcasts. Get more info at https://TYT.com/audio.

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Read more here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/06/15/clarinetist-discovers-his-ex-girlfriend-faked-a-rejection-letter-from-his-dream-school/?utm_term=.3f4aa9fc7d26

“Eric Abramovitz was 7 years old when he first learned to play the clarinet. By the time he was 20, the Montreal native had become an award-winning clarinetist, studying with some of Canada’s most elite teachers and performing a solo with Quebec’s finest symphony orchestra.

During his second year studying at McGill University, he decided to apply to the world-class Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles, which offers every student a scholarship covering tuition, room and board, and living expenses. He hoped to study under Yehuda Gilad, an internationally renowned clarinet professor who accepts only two new students per year at Colburn.

Abramovitz spent hours every night practicing, he said in an interview with The Washington Post. And after his live audition in Los Angeles in February 2014, he was confident that he would be accepted.

Weeks later, he opened an email signed by Gilad and letting him know he had not been selected for the program. He was crushed. Abramovitz ended up finishing his bachelor’s degree at McGill, delaying his professional musical career.””Eric Abramovitz was 7 years old when he first learned to play the clarinet. By the time he was 20, the Montreal native had become an award-winning clarinetist, studying with some of Canada’s most elite teachers and performing a solo with Quebec’s finest symphony orchestra.

During his second year studying at McGill University, he decided to apply to the world-class Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles, which offers every student a scholarship covering tuition, room and board, and living expenses. He hoped to study under Yehuda Gilad, an internationally renowned clarinet professor who accepts only two new students per year at Colburn.

Abramovitz spent hours every night practicing, he said in an interview with The Washington Post. And after his live audition in Los Angeles in February 2014, he was confident that he would be accepted.

Weeks later, he opened an email signed by Gilad and letting him know he had not been selected for the program. He was crushed. Abramovitz ended up finishing his bachelor’s degree at McGill, delaying his professional musical career.”

Hosts: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Helen Hong, Connor Paulo

Cast: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Helen Hong, Connor Paulo

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