• GLASSES blog | Composer Steve Reich speaks with American Composers Orchestra about his piece Tehillim and his relationship with American Composers Orchestra’s Music Director George Manahan, who conducted the premiere recording in 1981.
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    • VIDEO blog | All of the composers featured this Sunday, March 19 on mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča’s program—Johannes Brahms, Henri Duparc, and Sergei Rachmaninoff—can be classified as Romantic songwriters, and yet their sensibilities were as different as the three languages they were setting: German, French, and Russian.
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    • Meet Lachandra Anjelica, a young mother and participant in Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project, a program that pairs pregnant women and new mothers with professional artists to write personal lullabies for their babies, supporting maternal health, aiding child development, and strengthening the bond between parent and child.
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    • Since 2015, teens have found a new home in the Resnick Education Wing, located within the upper floors of Carnegie Hall. In the Weill Music Institute’s Future Music Project, young musicians create, perform, and produce their own original music in workshops, classes, and performances four days a week.
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    • GLASSES blog | At a time when women were denied political, professional, and educational rights, Carnegie Hall served as a space where women could come to experience collective empowerment. At the turn of the 20th century, women began to gather together and advocate for equal voting rights. As women filled Carnegie Hall for a variety of events to garner support and band together to demand suffrage, they exhibited their ability to rally in support of a common cause: improving and advocating for their own lives.
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