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masterclass

(ˈmɑːstəˌklɑːs)
n
(Education) a session of tuition by an expert, esp a musician, for exceptional students, usually given in public or on television
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The masterclass will begin with a talent competition during which attendees could win a free course of coaching with Ms Thomson.
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Last week, the masterclass was held with Grade nine students at Al Reem School.
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