• Tag: Weill Music Institute (195)

    • This summer, 120 of the brightest young musicians from across the country will form the 2014 National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America. See the excitement after the announcement of the 2014 #NYOUSA musicians.
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    • Marilyn Horne, founder and guiding voice of The Song Continues series, has long demonstrated a commitment to nurturing gifted young vocal talent. The legendary songstress is honored on her 80th birthday in a festive evening of songs performed by an all-star lineup of special guest artists.
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    • In December 2013, six young songwriters traveled to South Africa, collaborating with fellow young musicians and performing at the CDMA Route 40 Music Festival. The trip was the culmination of Carnegie Hall’s Musical Exchange Songwriter Search, a contest in partnership with the Casterbridge Music Development Academy and the Rock School Scholarship Fund. Five of the musicians reflect on their experiences and growth through the program and while in South Africa.
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    • The 2013–2014 season marks the launch of Carnegie Hall’s Music Educators Workshop, a series of innovative and hands-on professional training activities for choral and instrumental ensemble directors from middle schools and high schools across New York City. Three workshop participants recently shared some of their experiences.
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    • As part of Carnegie Hall's Musical Exchange, six talented teens traveled to South Africa to rehearse and perform alongside local musicians at at the Route 40 Music Festival. After six weeks of online songwriting activities, all Musical Exchange songwriters met for the first time in New York City to take in a Thanksgiving concert at Carnegie Hall featuring folk legends Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger.

      Let's take a look at their trip.
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