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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 | 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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    • PlayUSA is an initiative that enables Carnegie Hall to better support partner organizations across the country that offer instrumental music education programs to low-income and underserved K–12 students.
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    • On October 17 and 18, renowned mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato led master classes for middle school singers participating in the Count Me In program, offering tips and encouragement for their upcoming auditions to performing arts high schools.
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    • On November 8, the Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira (OSB) gave the South American premiere of Link Up: The Orchestra Moves, an interactive concert experience for third through fifth graders. More than 1,500 students and teachers from Rio de Janeiro played recorder, sang along, and danced at the concert—the culmination of the Weill Music Institute’s Link Up educational curriculum that introduces students to the orchestra.
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