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Paquito D'Rivera Workshop

We will ask your questions when we interview jazz legend Paquito D'Rivera during the upcoming Latin Jazz Traditions workshop at Carnegie Hall. Submit your questions for Paquito D'Rivera by commenting on this page before May 12.

Following the live workshop, Musical Exchange members will also have the opportunity to participate in a series of online discussions and activities related to the work of Paquito D’Rivera. The series culminates with a scheduled webcast of the May 16 concert, which is open to all members of the Musical Exchange community. 

Get Your Song Recorded And Performed!

Join professional songwriters Deidre Rodman Struck and Mike Viola in our Songwriting Exchange series for a chance to have one of your songs professionally recorded and performed at a venue in New York City. Click here for more details!

The final submission deadline is June 2, 2014


Visual Inspiration is this week's new songwriting activity, where we ask you to write a song or musical idea based on a visual image. 

Voice Studio

In this Skype lesson, Carnegie Hall teaching artist Claudia Friedlander discusses the challenges of singing pants roles. 


Can you think of other male opera roles that are played by women? How about some female opera roles that are played by men? Click here to chime in on the discussion on pants roles.

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Connect with other young musicians (ages 13-25), share your performances and compositions, and join creative projects led by professional artists from Carnegie Hall.


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Visual Inspiration

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Get into the Groove

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