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CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

For Teens: Studio 57 with Bash the Trash

Saturday, January 19, 2019 11 AM Resnick Education Wing
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Young artists from across New York City are invited to make music at Carnegie Hall every Saturday throughout the school year at Studio 57. Students can collaborate with each other and work side by side with New York City’s best performing artists. This week, students have the opportunity to work with the scientist-musicians of Bash the Trash. This program is open to young musicians ages 14–19 with any level of experience in any genre.
Learn more about Studio 57 and Future Music Project.

Note: A signed permission form from a parent/guardian is required for those under 18. Download the permission form.

Performers

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with Bash the Trash
Ameriprise Financial

The Future Music Project Weekly Workshops include musical projects for young people in the justice system.

Lead support for Future Music Project is provided by Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari.

Major funding is provided by Ameriprise Financial and MetLife Foundation.

NYC Administration for Children's Services

Additional funding is provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

Public support is provided by the City of New York through the Administration for Children’s Services, the Department of Youth and Community Development, and New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.

Youth Opportunity Hubs

Carnegie Hall is a partner in The Door's Youth Opportunity Hub, funded [in part] by the New York County District Attorney’s Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII).

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Bash the Trash

John Bertles and Carina Piaggio are the co-directors of Bash the Trash, a national performing ensemble that inspires, educates, and entertains using musical instruments built from recycled and reused materials. Bash the Trash focuses on how the arts and sciences work together, creating a mixture of  ...

John Bertles and Carina Piaggio are the co-directors of Bash the Trash, a national performing ensemble that inspires, educates, and entertains using musical instruments built from recycled and reused materials. Bash the Trash focuses on how the arts and sciences work together, creating a mixture of sound, science, and sustainability. Formed in 1992, the ensembles performances, educational programs, and social initiatives reach more than 50,000 children and their families annually, as well as many more people indirectly through professional development, curriculum design, and consulting services.

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