• In a special performance on March 23, Carnegie Hall shines the spotlight on Duke Ellington’s sacred music, some of the most ambitious and heartfelt music of his legendary career. First heard during three historic concerts in the 1960s and ’70s, this legendary music will now be performed by hundreds of student singers and instrumentalists from New York City alongside some of today’s brightest jazz soloists, brought together by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center.
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    • Members of the Musical Exchange community of young musicians have been getting acquainted with a new project that encourages the creation of new arrangements of the music of Duke Ellington.
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