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The New World Symphony

Written by judyholm on . Posted in PERFORMING ARTS

The New World Symphony and the New World Center

In 2013, the New World Symphony (NWS) celebrates its 25 year anniversary.  The NWS was founded by and thrives under the brilliant leadership of Michael TilsonThomas, or “MTT”.  Tilson Thomas not only conducts the NWS, he is also the musical director of the San Francisco Symphony, and principal guest conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra.  He has received ten Grammy awards.

The symphony was created in 1987 as an orchestral academy for young musicians to develop and challenge top young talent in classical music, by providing them a unique forum to learn, grow and perform.  Each year, thirty three-year fellowships are awarded to graduates of leading universities and music schools. The orchestra performs approximately seventy concerts a year.

Moving a few blocks away to Collins Avenue from its original home on Lincoln Road, the NWS now practices, prepares and performs in the New World Center, which opened with much celebration in January, 2011.  This venue is a testament to the international interest and attention as an important metropolitan area. Designed by star-chitect Frank Gehry with total vision to the future and incorporating extremely cutting-edge technology, the programming at the New World Center includes not only the performances of the NWS, but also a blend of cultural programs.  Performances are often preceded by an introduction from one or some of the musicians, or someone connected to the performance. The venue is designed to delight the senses, with an infusion of visual components in the theater and outside with simulcast.  In conjunction with the City of Miami Beach, the WALLCAST™ SoundScape events (also presenting film, theater and dance performances) feature a striking use of visual and audio technology on a soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall. WALLCAST™ events are free and do not require a ticket.

Adrienne Arsht Center

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Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, (The Arsht Center)

In October 2006, Miami became home to the largest performing arts center in Florida.  It was originally named the Carnival Center (for the cruise line), and renamed the Arsht Center in 2008 for the support provided by philanthropist Adrienne Arsht.

Located at the juxtaposition of Downtown Miami and Miami Beach, at Biscayne and the 5th Street Causeway, the Arsht Center represents the depth and breadth of performing arts in the categories of dance, music, opera and theater. The Center consists primarily of two large halls which seat 2,400 guests for ballet and opera, and 2,200 for symphonic and other musical performances.  More intimate spaces are also on site, to allow for a full range of production.

The season begins in October and runs through the end of February, featuring performances by the resident companies: the Florida Grand Opera, Miami City Ballet and New World Symphony.

Additionally, there are series of works throughout the season by a multitude of diverse artistic companies- including the following highlights:

Music: The Cleveland Orchestra, Knight Masterworks Classical Music and Pop, Jazz Roots. 

Dance: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ballet Austin, Ballet Flamenco de Andalucia

Theater: “Broadway in Miami” is a series of seven Broadway classics, as well as several other independent Tony award-winning productions and contemporary comedies and dramas. 

Miami City Ballet (MCB)

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Miami City Ballet (MCB)

Not surprisingly, and when compared to many international ballet companies, MCB is quite young.  The company made its debut in October, 1986, at Miami’s Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.

Since 2000, the company – its dancers, administration, ballet school and rehearsal studios, have been ensconced in the beautiful custom-designed building at 2200 Liberty Avenue in Miami Beach, just across the street from the Bass Museum.

The building was design by of the award-winning architect, Bernardo Fort-Brescia of ARQUITECTONICA.

Where They Perform

The Company has four home counties in South Florida: Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Collier (and there is the resident ballet company at the Naples Philharmonic Center).

The Company

The year 2012 marks the beginning of a new chapter.  Founding Artistic Director Edward Villella left the company, and will be replaced for the first time in the history of the company.

Edward Villella is largely considered one of the finest male ballet dancers, and performed brilliantly during his long career with the New York City Ballet (1957-1975). His background with the New York City Ballet and choreographer George Balanchine reflects greatly on the MCB style and direction.

Miami welcomes Lourdes Lopez as its new Artistic Director.  Though she lived for many years in New York, where most recently she directed Morphoses, a dance company she co-founded with Christopher Wheeldon, she has deep connections to Miami. Born in Havana, Cuba, Ms. Lopez was raised in Miami until she moved to New York on a full scholarship to the Joffrey School.

Ms. Lopez had an illustrious career as a ballerina, and danced for twenty four years with the New York City Ballet under the direction of George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins.  Her experience is perfectly aligned to transition the legacy of Edward Villella as she moves the company forward.

Like most ballet companies, the dancers of MCB have diverse international backgrounds and training. Their former companies include Boston Ballet, National Ballet of Caracas, National Ballet of Cuba, Deutsche Opera Berlin, American Ballet Theatre, Paris Opera Ballet and National Ballet of China.  Their training ranges from the School of American Ballet, North Carolina School of the Arts, and the schools of the Paris Opera Ballet, Royal Danish Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and Miami City Ballet School.

The company has toured across the United States and has danced in more than 100 U.S. cities. Internationally, MCB has performed in Europe, Great Britain, South America, Central America, and Israel, Most recently, Miami City Ballet made its Paris debut at the Theatre du Chatelet (Les Etes de la Danse) in July 2011.

The School

The Miami City Ballet School, which opened in Miami Beach in January 1993, trains students for a professional career in ballet. The School has an enrollment of more than 350 students, and accepts all qualified dancers, regardless of their financial situation. 

Miami Theater Company

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Miami Theater Company (formerly named the PlayGround Theatre)

This theater company was founded in 2004 by Artistic Director Stephanie Ansin, with the mission to produce and present classical and contemporary works that entertain, educate, and delight a full range of audiences. Their productions emphasize intellectual, emotional, and social development while reflecting the cultural diversity of South Florida.

Their pieces reflect the international flavor of Miami and expose audiences to not only American modern classics such as Sam Shepard, but also to the literature, art, and culture of other countries – including Russia, China, England, Colombia, Italy.

A strong component of the company is their connection to the local community and education.  The Theatre Inclusion Program (TIP) provides access to all children and adults.  This innovative program was designed so that all children – those with special needs as well as those without – can enjoy a performance together.  Special accommodations are made so that children with sensory, motor, cognitive and other developmental challenges can enjoy the performance, allowing them to have a sense of empowerment and inclusion.  All children and their families will ultimately gain greater understanding of, sensitivity to and empathy for others. 

Workshops, classes, and camps offer theater education in a variety of venues throughout the community, such as parks, schools, and hospitals, in addition to their own theater location. View to map.

Florida Grand Opera (FGO)

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Florida Grand Opera (FGO)

 The FGO was formed in June 1994 by the merger of Greater Miami Opera, founded in 1941, and The Opera Guild Inc. of Fort Lauderdale, founded in 1945. The company performs each season in both Dade and Broward counties. In Miami (Dade County) the FGO is a resident company of The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, in the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House. Fort Lauderdale performances are given at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. 

The origins of FGO are through the 1941 founding of The Greater Miami Opera by Dr. Arturo di Filippi, a voice teacher at the University of Miami. Throughout the years, the company has welcomed many internationally acclaimed artists including Robert Merrill, Dorothy Kirsten, Richard Tucker, Renata Tebaldi, Roberta Peters, Franco Corelli, Renata Scotto, Montserrat Caballe, Jon Vickers, Sherrill Milnes, Nicolai Gedda, Birgit Nilsson, Anna Moffo, Plácido Domingo, Beverly Sills, Joan Sutherland, Evelyn Lear, James Morris, Thomas Stewart, Diana Soviero, Justino Diaz, Simon Estes, Elizabeth Futral, Helen Donath, Deborah Voigt, and Fernando de la Mora. Luciano Pavarotti made his American debut in 1965 with the company’s production of Lucia di Lammermoor.

Integral components of the FGO are to train emerging opera professionals and to educate young people about opera, while embracing the diverse cultural heritage in South Florida .The company supports the community through several established education programs, including the School Dress Rehearsal Program. Their Young Artist Studio program nurtures gifted young singers and helps them evolve through their training at universities and music conservatories into accomplished professional opera singers.


The “New” New World Center…

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The “New” New World Center… Twenty-five Years in the Making,

Celebrates its First Year Anniversary

Excerpts from article published in the Miami Beach News 2/9/12 by Judy Holm

 “What I hope is that the intensity of this experience will stick with people, that it will inspire all they encounter in life.” Michael Tilson Thomas

The New World Center, which debuted on January 25, 2011, marks the centerpiece jewel of performing arts for Miami Beach.  The elegant and dramatic Gehry-designed concert hall is a most suitable home to the spectacular vision of modern performances created under the brilliant direction of its mastermind and highly- awarded conductor and artistic director, Michael Tilson Thomas.  In addition to conducting the New World Symphony (NWS) orchestra, and his dedication to helping young artists hone their talent, Tilson Thomas has earned ten Grammy Awards, is the musical director of the San Francisco Symphony, and principal guest conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra.

Some years ago, I had the immense pleasure of listening to Mr. Tilson Thomas play the piano in his studio loft on Lincoln Road- above the former home of the NWS.  That evening is one of the highlights of my life, in the close and intimate setting, transported by the music, in the presence of this great man.  His vision and talents are simply remarkable.  His contributions to the future of classical music are inestimable.

The NWS, now housed in the New World Center, was created by Tilson Thomas in 1987 as an orchestral academy for young musicians.  The NWS provides a prestigious and rare opportunity for highly talented young musicians to fast-track their careers. Each year, they provide thirty three-year fellowships to graduates of leading universities and music schools. The orchestra performs approximately seventy concerts a year.

The launching of the new Center last year has more firmly placed Miami Beach on the map as a cultural destination.  The range and depth of programs, with the savvy means of appealing to people of all ages and demographics, is the hallmark of a cultural institution that plays the most important role imaginable of creating a future audience for classical music, and other forms of performing arts, for generations to come.

The programming ranges from traditional, to new world, new age, with amazing audio-visual layers that utterly delight the senses.  Performances are often accompanied by preview lectures given by visiting guests and by the young and uber-talented musicians alike, rendering the performances more vivid and personal.

Music performed by the NWS comes alive, presenting the audiences classical performances in a modern and memorable format. 


Art and Fashion

Written by judyholm on . Posted in FASHION

The Fusion of Art and Fashion

The worlds of fashion and art are markedly aligned. Though many people debate where the line begins and ends, some of the most exciting exhibitions in major museums today are tributes to fashion, and the artists who create them.

 From “Savage Beauty” in 2011 by Alexander McQueen in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada’s “Impossible Conversations” at the Met in 2012 to Balenciaga and Spain, and Jean Paul Gaultier in the de Young, San Francisco’s Fine Art Museum (2011 and 2012 respectively), the acceptance and indeed reverence of fashion as art is growing.

Photo McQueen at the met - photo courtesy of the MetropolitanMuseum, Photograph © Sølve Sundsbø / Art + Commerce

 Miami’s fashion scene is a colorful blend of luxury brands found in traditional department stores and boutiques, to the very risqué beach look that pervades South Beach.  Regardless of fashion taste and style, it is more common to see casual summery attire than cashmere and wool in this tropical setting.


Where to shop

Bal Harbour

Bal Harbour


Bal Harbour Shops
9700 Collins Ave, Bal Harbour, FL 33154
tel: +1 305 866 0311


Bal Harbour Shops is one of the loveliest and most elegant fashion-shopping destinations in the country. Family owned and operated for over 45 years, the outdoor “mall” is also quite a prolific social gathering place.  Virtually every Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue boutique can be found here, as well as a wide range of fashion selections in the two anchor retailers – Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.  The number of jewelers is dazzling as well.


The Webster Miami

The Webster Miami


1220 Collins Avenue, Miami BeachFL.

Tel +1 305 674 7899


The Webster is the most unique and avant garde fashion boutique in Miami.  Ensconced in a historical Art Deco building designed by renowned architect Henry Hohauser, this is 20,000 square feet of pure luxe.

The boutique is filled with exclusive selections from the top designers in the world, many which are hand selected by the owner.  There are three floors of ultimate shopping, with amazing fashion and accessories, all surrounded by a collection of beautiful photography.

Lincoln Road Mall

Lincoln Road


400 to 1111 Lincoln Road

Miami Beach, FL 33139


“Lincoln Road Mall” is a pedestrian stretch of about ten blocks between Washington Street and West to Alton Road. This area is a mixture of very touristic low-end stores, to some mid-range international brands.  One upscale retailer of note is the Brazilian brand Osklen, by Oskar Metsavaht.

However, Lincoln Road is a fun destination for browsing a wide range of items- from beauty (Kiehl’s and Occitane), books (Taschen and Books & Books), baubles and technology (Apple store), to extreme people-watching.  There are seemingly countless cafes and restaurants with outdoor seating that provide ideal vistas to observe and engage the multitudes of people passing by. The “Green Market” every Sunday is a lovely occasion to experience local organic produce and healthy food.

Miami Design District

Miami Design District

3841 NE 2nd Avenue
Suite 400
Miami, Florida 33137
tel +1 305 722 7100 


While the core of the Miami Design District is still “design”, this neighborhood is increasingly attracting a larger collection of fashion houses, jewelers, art galleries and restaurants.

The future landscape of the neighborhood is about to change dramatically, with the approved plan to build Palm Court, a “mini Lincoln Road Mall.” This exciting project is collaboration between DACRA’s Craig Robins and L Real Estate, a Paris-based investment fund backed by French luxury conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH).

Twelve LVMH brands will be established in the Design District, including Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Fendi, Bulgari, Pucci, De Beers, Celine and Marc by Marc Jacobs. Other luxe brands are committed as well, including Richemont’s Cartier, Hermes, Zegna, Tom Ford and Burberry.  Though the development project is anticipated to be completed between 2014 and 2015, some of the brands will open temporary spaces in 2012.

The Inextricable Link between Art and Design

Written by judyholm on . Posted in DESIGN

The Inextricable Link between Art and Design

 The Design “scene” in Miami is omnipresent.  As the city is literally being built before our eyes, the number of residential, civic and corporate buildings is astounding.  As lines, color, forms and shape determine the design of every building and object, so do those principles apply to every work of art.

Miami’s Design District is a dynamic neighborhood that is almost directly adjacent and parallel to Wynwood, the art epicenter of Miami.  One of the best experiences of these multidisciplinary areas is “Second Saturdays.”  Occurring the second Saturday of each month, many individual design boutiques and galleries in both neighborhoods, stay open late, and welcome guests to peruse their stores and shop. Many host private or public events with an array of cocktails, wines and new works on display.

Where to shop

Miami Design District

3841 NE 2nd Avenue
Suite 400
Miami, Florida 33137
tel +1 305 722 7100 


As referenced in the fashion section, though an important number of fashion houses, jewelers, art galleries and restaurants are coming to the neighborhood, the heart of the Miami Design District is still “design.”

There are free-standing stores that line the streets, as well as a number of buildings that house even more stores. Brands with a showroom or store-front presence in the Design District include some of the most famous in the world: Fendi Casa, Armani Casa, Poltrona Frau with Cappellini and Cassina, Allessi, Missoni, Luminaire Lab, Jonathan Adler and about 150 more.

Consulting Services and Tours

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Art Services and Tours

 Miami is a veritable treasure chest of artistic gems.  Like most treasure, it can be challenging to discover without a lot of research and preparation- and maybe a little luck.

The rapid growth of the market has led to a proliferation of over 200 art galleries, collections, installations and events.  It is difficult to discern which are important and where to see and potentially purchase good art.

We are pleased to offer private art consultation services and tours of the top art venues in Miami (Wynwood, Design District) and Miami Beach.

The objective of “Art Concierge – the private view of Art in Miami” is to provide a unique and elite art experiences. We provide invaluable advice and information on art and cultural activities and events, and accompany guests to top galleries and private collections in Miami; for art novices and collectors alike.


ART SERVICES – each client is unique, each project is a master piece

Art Collecting – we will introduce you to the galleries and artists that are best suited to your personal sense of aesthetic and budget, and help you find the art work that you need to create or enhance a collection.

 Decorating – we will work with you to plan and purchase the most beautiful art additions for your home, garden, office or yacht- to create a holistic and cohesive visual space.

 Investing in Art– we will introduce you to top specialists in art valuation for the purpose of financial investment. 


TOURS – whether custom or standard, each tour is prepared for each client’s specifications and taste

 The ultimate VIP tour includes personalized cultural content of the area and its evolution, with customized recommendations based on these criteria:

  •  how much time to spend in Miami area
  • level of knowledge/interest in contemporary art, modern art, older art periods, design, architecture, music, history, fine dining, networking and social events
  • level of intent to purchase/invest in art and spending budgets


 Privé (6 guests maximum)
  •  Four hours, visiting three or four locations
  •  Champagne reception, lunch and transportation
Aficionado (15 guests maximum)
  •  Three hours, visiting three or four locations
  •  Wine and cheese reception; transportation
Connoisseur (15 guests maximum)
  •  Four hours visiting three or four locations
  •  Lunch and transportation
Impresario (20 guests maximum)
  •  Four hours visiting four or five locations
  •  Champagne reception, lunch and transportation
  • Direct access and private phone consultations with the Art Concierge (for up to 20 people) for 1 month


Art in Public Places

Written by judyholm on . Posted in Public Art

Art in Public Places – A Venerable Public Treasure Chest

(excerpts from article that appeared in the Miami Beach News 5/3/12)

 Throughout civilization, works of art and architecture have been commissioned and created that memorialize both a time in history and a style and taste of local cultures.  Italy is an astounding example of a country deeply infused with centuries of public art. From the art of Ancient Rome that proliferated from 750 BC to approximately 400 AD, to such works as Michelangelo’s  David  and the Trevi Fountain, Italy is indelibly enriched.   David, created between 1501 and 1504 and originally commissioned for a different purpose, which was ultimately installed in a public square in Florence; and the Trevi Fountain in Rome (1732-1762, commissioned by Pope Urban Vlll), both exemplify the visual treasure chest of Italy.

Miami Beach is a city that is highly committed to art and its future, as demonstrated through its “Art in Public Places” program.  Officially established in 1984, there were already several important works of art on display in the city.  Mermaid, created in 1979 by Roy Lichtenstein (yes, “that Lichtenstein “), is a highly visible and recognizable work of art located at Washington and 17th Street.  Today, there are nineteen unique and original works of art dotting the city like jewels of a crown.

The Resources for Public Art

In general, public art is installed with the authorization and collaboration of the government. In different municipalities, the government actively encourages the creation of public art by implementing a policy based on a percentage of different funds, often hovering around 1% of given real estate development costs.

The City of Miami Art in Public Places Ordinance, has established, 1.5 percent of the cost of city-owned construction projects is set aside for “works of art in public places other than museums which enrich the public environment.” Additionally, the 1.5 percents funding also included renovations of City building requiring compliance with the Florida Building Code fifty percent (50%) rule or, renovation having a value equal to or greater than $500,000, or addition to any city-owned building, facility, or other city-owned property. The definition of city construction project is also deemed to include construction projects that are developed by persons or entities other than the city, but which require the participation of the city as a party to a development agreement or ground lease. Additionally, Construction cost means “hard costs” associated with construction of a city construction project.  .


The Selection Process

The Art in Public Places program is under the direction of the Department of Tourism and Cultural Development for City of Miami Beach.

In addition to the City of Miami Beach staff resources, seven Miami Beach residents are appointed by the City commission to the Art in Public Places Committee. Each of these individuals is selected based on their competence and experiences in art history, architectural history, sculpture, painting, artistic structure design and other areas of specialization.

Educating the Miami Beach Students – ARTventure

Students and teachers throughout Miami Beach now have access to a program that is helping to bring Art in Public Places into the classroom.  As part of the Education Compact, the City has developed the Backyard ARTventure program designed to enhance awareness and appreciation for public artwork throughout the City.  A map and interactive brochure highlight the locations and information on each work of public art throughout Miami Beach (a downloadable version is available on the City of Miami Beach website http://www.miamibeachfl.gov/tcd/aipp).

The Future Looks Golden

The most recent addition to the portfolio of art work in this program was unveiled during Art Basel Miami Beach, December 1, 2011.  This project bears indication of continued great works for the program’s future.  Not only is the obstinate lighthouse a monumental, fifty-five feet tall art work, a stunning addition to the pristine South Park, but the caliber of the artist is world class, and highly regarded by critics across the globe.  The winner of the 2009 Venice Biennale’s highest honor, the Golden Lion, Tobias Rehberger and his obstinate lighthouse represents Miami Beach’s serious commitment to significant public art – as is so well deserved for our beautiful city.


  Artist: Carlos Alves
Title:  Save Our Oceans, 1999
Medium:  Ceramic tiles
Location: City Hall, 1700 Convention Center Drive, First Floor

Artist: Carlos Alves
Title:  Save Our Reefs, 1992
Medium:  Ceramic tiles
Location: Lincoln Road and Lenox Avenue

  Artist: Alberto Cimolai
Title:  Art Bridge, 2000
Medium:  Tromp L’oeil
Location: Bridge connecting Sunset Island 1 and 2

 Artist: Franz Franc
Title:  Collins Park Tile Project, 2010
Medium:  Ceramic tiles
Location:  Collins Park sidewalk along Park Avenue between 21st and 22nd Street

 Artist: Dan Graham
Title: Morris’, 2009
Medium: Glass and steel
Location:  1100 Block Lincoln Road

Artist: Roberto Juarez
Title:  Bringing the Beach Inside, 1992
Medium:  Acrylic, peat moss, sand on linen
Location: Miami Beach City Hall, 4th Floor, City Manager’s Office

 Artist: Ellen Lanyon
Title:  Miami Metamorphosis, 1992
Medium:  Acrylic on canvas
Location:  Miami Beach Police Station, 1200 Washington Avenue, First Floor Lobby

Artist: Roy Lichtenstein
Title:  Mermaid, 1979
Medium: Steel, concrete and pool
Location:  Lawn Fillmore Theater, N.W. corner Washington Avenue and 17th Street

Artist: Connie Lloveras
Title: Circle, 2004
Medium:  Clay tiles
Location: North Shore Youth Center, 501 72nd Street

Artist: Pierre Marcel
Title:  Arts, 2000
Medium:  Graphic printed on vinyl
Location:  West wall Fillmore Theater

Artist: Jim Morrison
Title:  Celebration of Lights, 1996
Medium: LED lights
Location:  Miami Beach Gateway Entrance at the Julia Tuttle Causeway

Artist: Garren Owens
Title:  Urban Deco, 2007
Medium:  Cast iron
Location: Citywide

Artist: Charles O. Perry
Title:  Untitled, 1977
Medium:  Steel
Location: Scott Rakow Youth Center, 2700 Sheridan Avenue

Artist: Judy Pfaff
Title:  aq’ua vi’tae, 1994
Medium:  Steel, glass, stainless cable, woven cloth (steel, copper), automobile lacquer
Location: East Atrium Miami Beach Convention Center, Entrance Wash. Ave. and 19th St.

Artist: Brian Tolle
Title:  Tempest, 2010
Medium:  Powder coated alluminum, fiberglass, LED lights
Location:  Collins Park, 2100 Collins Avenue

Artist:  Wendy Wischer
Title: Liquid Measures, 2010
Medium:  Hand cut blue mirror water glass tiles
Location:  Third Street and Washington Avenue

Artist: Carlos Zapata 
Title: Wing, 1999
Medium: Stainless steel, glass, with concrete fountain and pool
Location:  Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue

Artist: Kevin Arrow
Title:  Beatles Mandela
Medium: Ceramic Tiles
Location:  Bandshell Park, Collins Avenue and 73rd Street

Artist: Tobias Rehberger
Title: obstinate lighthouse, 2011
Medium: Aluminum, frosted glass, LED lights
Location: South Pointe Park, 1 Washington Avenue


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