• VIDEO blog  | The Music Educators Workshop is a community of ensemble directors who come together to learn from each other and from top-notch guest faculty, to attend concerts at Carnegie Hall, and to explore their important role as instigators of creativity and musicality.
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    • We recently had a chance to interview Kristine Hart, an elementary music teacher at Memorial Elementary in Paramus, New Jersey, who shared her experience with the Music Educators Toolbox.
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    • GLASSES blog  | In advance of his performance in Zankel Hall on Monday, March 9, pianist Kirill Gerstein discusses what inspired his program of Liszt’s complete Transcendental Etudes, Bach’s Three-Part Inventions, and selections from Bartók’s Mikrokosmos.
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    • Did you know that New York became the first state to outlaw selfies with lion and tigers? Luckily, we don't plan on having any jungle cats on stage for anyone to cuddle with. We do, however, expect you to continue to take amazing #CHSelfies.

      Here are some of the best #CHSelfies from the past few months.
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    • GLASSES blog | Meredith Monk is an artistic visionary, celebrating her 50th season of creating and performing work in New York City. In conversation with Jeremy Geffen, Carnegie Hall’s director of artistic planning, Ms. Monk discusses her compositional process and her evolution from writing for her acclaimed Vocal Ensemble to composing for large instrumental groups.
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