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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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    • photo blog icon 24px | Victoria Wolfe, a Link Up teacher from PS 64 in Queens, wanted to see just how far Flat Tchaikovsky could go, so she started a Flat Tchaikovsky project with the help of her third grade class.
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    • GLASSES blog | Carnegie Hall’s Link Up—an elementary school music program that pairs students with local orchestras—continues to reach more and more classrooms around the world. This year, the program has taken root in Nairobi, Kenya.
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    • The Weill Music Institute wrapped up another season of Link Up with thousands of participating students, teachers, and musicians from across the country. At the end of the school year, students and teachers from New York City and across the country let us know how much they loved participating in Link Up this season.
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    • GLASSES blog | In Link Up, Carnegie Hall’s creative music education program for students in grades 3–5, children learn music fundamentals in their classrooms before attending a highly interactive concert, in which they sing and play recorder along with their local orchestra.
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