• Carnegie Hall Wants to Know: Where's Your Music?

    Carnegie Hall's Musical Exchange online community invites you to join us in a photo challenge. The deadline is April 30! We're asking everyone to answer the question, Where's Your Music? Show us where by snapping a picture at your favorite place to make, listen to, or think about music. Find out how to participate below.

     


     
    1. Snap a pic, and if you like, hold a sign that says, "Here." You can print this sign (Here.pdf) or make your own.

     

     


    "Here" is wherever you find or make music, whether it's:

    • • At home, school, or work
    • •  With your instrument or ensemble
    • •  In front of your favorite concert venue
    • •  At a recording studio
    • •  On your commute
    • •  Working out

    2. Share your pictures with us and our social media fans:

    • •  To help us find your photos on Twitter, tweet My music is here, @carnegiehall.
    • •  On Facebook, post your photo on our wall with this caption: My music is here.
    • •  Feel free to give us any information about the location you post—like where your city is, what room you're in, who's in the photo, or what makes this place so great for music.

    As we receive everyone's photos, we are reposting them in an album on Facebook. After April 30, we'll be compiling our favorite photos into a video that will appear on YouTube and the Musical Exchange community

    Join the fun by April 30!



    Musical Exchange is a global online community where young musicians connect with each other, share their musical performances, and participate in online projects led by professional artists from Carnegie Hall. Young musicians from all over the world—all levels and all musical styles—are invited to join the community.

     

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