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American Symphony         
The American Symphony is a symphony for orchestra by the American composer Adam Schoenberg. The work was commissioned by the Kansas City Symphony and was completed in early 2011.
American Youth Symphony         
American youth symphony
The American Youth Symphony (AYS) is an orchestra based in Los Angeles, California, United States, It was founded in 1964.
Symphony (software)         
Symphony Developer Edition; Symphony DE
IBM Spectrum Symphony, previously known as IBM Platform Symphony and Platform Symphony, is a high-performance computing (HPC) software system developed by Platform Computing, the company that developed Load Sharing Facility (LSF). Focusing on financial services, Symphony is designed to deliver scalability and enhances performance for computationally intensive risk and analytical applications.
Examples of use of American Symphony
1. She will be the first woman to lead a major American symphony.
2. Leon Botstein is music director and principal conductor of both the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra and the American Symphony Orchestra, and president of Bard College in New York.
3. "The buzz created by opening a new hall is terrific," said Julia Kirchhausen, vice president for public relations for the American Symphony Orchestra League.
4. Among the shapers of the BHSEC‘s mission were William Botstein, president of Bard College, music director and principal conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which provided original funding.
5. A lobsterman from Maine, an oncologist from Nigeria and the first woman to lead a major American symphony are among the 25 people chosen for this year‘s MacArthur Foundation "genius grants," $500,000 that recipients can use however they wish.