• Tag: musical connections (9)

    • GLASSES blog | Through Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections, participants collaborate with professional artists and with each other to create, perform, and produce original music and art. Dexter Nurse was an active and highly motivated member of the workshop group at Sing Sing for five years before he was released in 2015. He is now a member of the advisory committee that meets regularly to help men transition home and continue to make music. One year after his release, Dexter reflects on his experiences at Sing Sing and beyond.
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    • At the core of Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project is an effort to deepen the connection between parents and children through music. In line with this mission, families now have the opportunity to share in the experience of lullabies online.
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    • photo blog icon 28px | Carnegie Hall believes in the potential of young people and in providing them with the opportunity to create, produce, and perform music. Through the Musical Connections program, teens in the justice system collaborated with hip-hop collective Circa ’95 and chamber-music ensemble Decoda this spring, writing original songs and performing them for friends and family.
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    • VIDEO blog | As part of The Somewhere Project, Carnegie Hall’s citywide exploration of West Side Story, inmates at Sing Sing Correctional Facility are composing and performing original music inspired by the themes of the timeless musical. Take a look inside Carnegie Hall’s work at Sing Sing, now in its eighth year, through the video below and the words of Paul Grankowski, associate for Community Programs.
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    • Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections program brings the transformative power of music to people in the justice system and in communities throughout New York City by offering workshops, concerts, and long-term projects designed to have a powerful impact on participants’ daily lives.
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