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05/25/2017 at 16:03. Facebook
It was a time of turmoil. It was a time of change. A nation looked inward, reevaluating what it was and what it hoped to be. As Carnegie Hall prepares next season’s musical and cultural exploration of The ‘60s: The Years that Changed America, you can be an advocate for the arts today. #BecauseTheArtsMatter [ Bit.ly Link ]
It was a time of turmoil It was a time of change
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Before you read the article, comment below with why the concertmaster is always a violinist and see if you're right!
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Here's Why the Concertmaster Is Always a Violinist

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“It's monumental in its ability to dig down into your guts; into the visceral feelings that we as human beings all share. Big feelings about love, about death, about loneliness, about memories—but delivered in an intensely personal way.”—Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano, on Mahler's “Des Knaben Wunderhorn”

Graham along with tenor Matthew Polenzani sing selections from Mahler’s “Des Knaben...
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05/23/2017 at 20:50. Facebook
Pianist Maurizio Pollini performed Chopin for a sold-out audience in the final piano recital of Carnegie Hall's 2016–2017 season.

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Pianist Maurizio Pollini performed Chopin for a soldout audience in the final
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05/23/2017 at 14:43. Facebook
“The message I wanted to send to my daughter and future children is that you can do anything you set your mind to do.”—Elsa, Lullaby Project participant

Read more about Elsa’s experience in the Lullaby Project and mark your calendars for the Lullaby Project Celebration Concert, which will be live on Facebook on June 2 at 2 PM.
The message I wanted to send to my daughter and future children

Lullaby Project: Sleep Peacefully, Mother and Child | Carnegie Hall

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05/22/2017 at 21:34. Facebook
Carnegie Hall opened its 2016–2017 season on October 6. This season’s programming highlights include a citywide festival—La Serenissima: Music and Arts from the Venetian Republic—in February 2017; the appointment of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Steve Reich to hold the Richard and Barbara Debs Composer’s Chair; the second season of conductor Sir Simon Rattle’s Carnegie Hall two-year...
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05/21/2017 at 13:31. Facebook
Have you ever conducted an orchestra? Watch some unsuspecting music fans step onto the podium to lead members of Ensemble Connect.
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05/20/2017 at 16:27. Facebook
Watch mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato perform the achingly sorrowful “Scherza Infida” from Handel’s “Ariodante.” The full performance by Harry Bicket and The English Concert was streamed live on medici.tv and is available for viewing until July 29, 2017 at carnegiehall.org/medici.
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05/19/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
What are you excited for in the 2017–2018 season? From orchestras to recitals, new and unexpected performances to early music, the season has something for everyone. Subscribe today! [ Bit.ly Link ]
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05/19/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
When were you most inspired by the arts? #BecauseTheArtsMatter
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Because the Arts Matter

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05/18/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Have you ever seen a chorus of 1,000?

On May 13, 1900, the People's Singing Classes and People's Choral Union, conducted by Frank Damrosch, filled Carnegie Hall for a performance of Handel’s “Samson.” #tbt

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Have you ever seen a chorus of 1000 On May 13 1900
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05/18/2017 at 14:32. Facebook
Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham has performed at Carnegie Hall in solo recitals, duo recitals, as a soloist with an orchestra, and even playing the piano!

On May 31, Graham returns to Carnegie Hall to perform Mahler with The MET Orchestra, led by Esa-Pekka Salonen and joined by tenor Matthew Polenzani. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Mezzosoprano Susan Graham has performed at Carnegie Hall in solo recitals duo

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Watch “LYFE Lullaby,” written by Diane, a participant in the Weill Music Institute’s Lullaby Project. Mark your calendars, because the next Lullaby Project concert will be live on Facebook on June 2 at 2 PM.
Watch LYFE Lullaby written by Diane a participant in the Weill Music

LYFE Lullaby by Diane - Musical Connections Lullaby Project

A baby bird on the wing must take its rest And it sleeps to the song that its mama knows best Every mother’s child needs a lullaby, and every mother and fath...

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“Of course ‘practice, practice, practice’ has something to do with it—a lot to do with it, in fact. But equally as important, I believe, has been following my heart. For me, music has been my best friend, my constant companion, my religion.”—Stacey

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Esa-Pekka Salonen returns to Carnegie Hall for the first time in nineteen years to conduct three concerts with The MET Orchestra, featuring music by Mahler, Schumann, and Sibelius with soloists Susan Graham, Matthew Polenzani, Karen Cargill, Stuart Skelton, Anne Sofie von Otter, and Christian Tetzlaff.
EsaPekka Salonen returns to Carnegie Hall for the first time in nineteen

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Obsessed with orchestras? Charmed by chamber music? Receive a $25 Mastercard eGift card every time you pay with Masterpass™ and purchase tickets to Carnegie Hall presentations through June 30, 2017. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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What lullaby did your mother sing to you as a child?

Watch "A Mother's Pride," written by Ashley, a participant in the Weill Music Institute’s Lullaby Project, which creates musical experiences for pregnant women and new mothers.
What lullaby did your mother sing to you as a child

“A Mother’s Pride” by Ashley – Musical Connections Lullaby Project

Lullaby Project Participant Ashley wrote “A Mother’s Pride,” with the lyrics “You are the only one in the world / You are my king covered by a shield / You s...

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Happy Mother's Day! When Judy Garland performed at Carnegie Hall in 1961, all three of her children joined her on stage.

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Happy Mothers Day When Judy Garland performed at Carnegie Hall in 1961
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Cantor Azi Schwartz and tenor Lawrence Brownlee call for peace in this performance of Ose Shalom (arr. John Leavitt) from “A Night of Inspiration” concert led by acclaimed music director Ray Chew Live at Carnegie Hall last December.
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