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Making Music Despite Hearing Loss

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Classical guitarist Charles Mokotoff was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss at age 15.
Cindy Dyer
Classical guitarist Charles Mokotoff was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss at age 15.

The Maryland-based Association of Adult Musicians With Hearing Loss, is a national group for adults who refuse to let hearing impairments get in the way of their musical passion. Rebecca visits two local members of the group -- a viola player and a classical guitarist -- who say while being diagnosed with hearing loss might not be music to your ears, it doesn't mean you have to change your tune.

[Music: "Pasaje Abierto" by E. Solis performed by Charles Mokotoff / "Allegro" by W.A. Mozart performed by Charles Mokotoff]

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