• GLASSES blog | Rosanne Cash reflects on her time as a Perspectives artist, her musical past, and what is yet to come in her storied 35-year career.
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      GLASSES blog | “Practice, practice, practice” might as well be a moniker for Carnegie Hall. We’re accustomed to musicians presenting us with their seemingly effortless performances instead of the struggles and reality of practicing. Here, we dive into the world of practice: musicians of Ensemble ACJW talking honestly, and realistically, about their relationship to practicing.
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    • Four young singers were fortunate to spend the past weekend working with renowned mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato in a series of three master classes focusing on opera arias. Watch webcast replays and read the Twitter chat that took place with the mezzo-soprano after Sunday's master class.
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    • VIDEO blog | In November 2013, the Carnegie Hall Archives moved into its new spaces after a two-and-a-half–year renovation. Our collections—including more than 30,000 concert programs, 14,000 photographs, 6,000 posters, 2,500 architectural drawings, and hundreds of boxes of administrative records—were stored offsite. Here’s what it looked like bringing all of these invaluable items back ... in less than a minute.
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    • VIDEO blog | SYBARITE5 reinvents the classical string quintet with performances of eclectic repertoire from Mozart to Radiohead. Learn more about the individual musicians in a series of short videos.
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