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Topic: Working as a classical composer
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posted: 5/11/2004 at 3:12:51 PM ET
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I love classical music and I have composed some of my own works. I would like to move in Vienna to be able to work as a professional classical composer. I do not have an education but I think of having one. How does it work to become a composer without an education yet? I have tried to find out if some concert houses would accept my pure classical music but I haven't got any clearness on it yet. I am a violinist and am interested of other instruments too. I would hope to have some help with this confusion. Thank you.

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