• GLASSES blog | In Link Up, Carnegie Hall’s creative music education program for students in grades 3–5, children learn music fundamentals in their classrooms before attending a highly interactive concert, in which they sing and play recorder along with their local orchestra.
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    • Through Link Up, the Hall’s largest partnership program, the Weill Music Institute collaborates with a diverse group of professional, regional, and community orchestras to support quality music education around the world.
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    • For the past 10 years, Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute has partnered with symphony orchestras across the nation—and more recently, the world—to share Link Up, a music education program created for students in grades 3–5.
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    • READ/PHOTOS: The 2012–2013 season saw significant growth for Link Up, Carnegie Hall’s program for students in grades 3–5, which now partners with 42 orchestras across the nation and around the globe. As we jump into the busy school year ahead, we reflect upon the incredible dedication of our Link Up partner orchestras, teachers, and student musicians.
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    • PHOTOS: If you were to create an imaginary planet inspired by Gustav Holst’s “Mars” from The Planets, what melody would it have? What would be its name, and what qualities would it have? This year, third- to fifth-grade students answered these questions as part of Carnegie Hall’s Link Up program.
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