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Topic - Jeffrey Rabhan
"The music game, it's not just finding the talent. It's what you do with that talent that ultimately determines your level of success," said Jeffrey Rabhan, the institute's department chairman and a mentor in the program.
While Mr. Rabhan noted there have been a smattering of athletes who have made it in the music industry, "Unfortunately, the stories of those who have not had successes are a longer list, so we're trying to change that."