• READ | Grammy-nominated trombonist and composer Papo Vázquez leads the Mighty Pirates Troubadours and joins Carnegie Hall's Neighborhood Concert roster for a performance at Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden on May 3.

      We asked Papo some questions about his background in music, his band, and the type of music they'll play at the concert on May 3.
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    • READ | NeON Arts—a bold new initiative of New York City's Department of Probation (DOP), created in partnership with Carnegie Hall—builds on the DOP's successful efforts to advance public safety by engaging people on probation as well as community members in the arts. Read what Tom Cabaniss, a longtime collaborator with the Weill Music Institute, has to say about being part of the team designing the implementation of NeON Arts.
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    • READ | Recently, a 16-year old named Meshach had an opportunity of which many teens his age would only dream. He performed the world premiere of his song “Living The Life I Love” in Zankel Hall. The concert featured Meshach’s song alongside other original music created by high school students and community members from throughout New York City.

      We sat down with him to hear about his experience as a songwriter and performer.
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    • Now in its second year, the 120 musicians from NYO-USA will go on an eight city coast-to-coast tour with acclaimed conductor David Robertson and violinist Gil Shaham from July 20–August 4.

      Tickets for the orchestra's Carnegie Hall debut goes on sale to the general public on April 15 at 11 AM.
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    • Join Independent Sector and Carnegie Hall on Monday, April 7 at 2 PM for an NGen webinar on Artistry and The Art of Leadership. Hosted by Carnegie Hall and featuring Sarah Johnson, Director of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute and recipient of the 2013 American Express NGen Leadership Award.
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