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Music Editor-Writer, Goings On About Town - The New Yorker
The function of this position is to create and edit the Night Life and Classical Music sections of Goings On About Town, and to write about music for newyorker.com. A good candidate is passionate about a wide range of music, and has a strong critical voice, excellent editorial and organizational skills, and an ability to meet deadlines.
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