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By default, your My Page automatically takes the theme and appearance settings of the network. If the Network Creator enables this option, you can change the theme and appearance of your own My Page.
To change your theme, go to your My Page and click the "My Page" link underneath your profile photo.
You'll be taken to your My Page settings page. Find the Appearance section and click the link to begin making…
Added by Carnegie Hall on September 28, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Carnegie Hall: What are 3 things you love about…Continue
Thanks to everyone who participated in yesterday's live chat for our first project of the 2011-12 season. For those of you who missed that chat, this blog post includes just some of the fun stuff that you missed!
Meet the artists who are
leading this online project,
starting September 19!
Added by Carnegie Hall on September 16, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Smashing Pumpkins - Gish
Fugazi - Repeater
Sonic Youth - Evol
Bach - Everything!
Anything by the Rail Band of Bamako
Booker T. & the M.G.'s
Miles Davis - Live at the Plugged Nickel
Anything by the Beatles (I've gone for a few months only listening to them. That's a good thing to do.)
Really, if you're a musician you should listen…Continue
Added by Aram Bajakian on September 16, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Lately, I have been trying to find singers who are special. There are so many people who can sing in tune, but why is it that sometimes you hear a person sing, and it stays with you, or evokes some reaction or memory? What makes a good singer? Singing in tune or singing the right notes or with good technique is not enough. I am curious to hear singers who sing with their humanity. Right now, the people who are inspiring to me are Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Gary Davis, Bjork, Geeshie Wiley,…Continue
Added by Julia Ulehla on September 16, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
I listen to all kinds of music! I love powerful, simple songs, like southern spirituals (from the American south) and the songs of Rabrindranath Tagore. I listen to lots of Indian classical music, especially to Kishori Amonkar, who courageously sings ragas according to her vision of them, even if she breaks the "rules." Also Kumar Gandharva, who mixed folk and classical materials to create a very new direction in Indian music. I will forever have a soft spot for…Continue
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From Cynthia Smith:
This has always been my "home" song. When I lived in NYC, on the rare occasion that I was having a "dying to be home" moment, this would be my…Continue
I've recently been working with composition. I experiment a lot on the piano, and this Nocturne in F minor is my first real composition that I've created. My skill at the piano isn't the greatest, but tell me what you all think!
I started working on this in March 2011. It isn't too long, but I reworked some things constantly. I finished in mid-June of that year, and…Continue
Added by Ted McAllister on September 13, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Hello everyone, first of all let me introduce myself, my name is Arga Aditya, and i am a students of ITPN, alumni of Al-Azhar 03 High School, and also a carnegie hall musical exchange member. Its been a while since the last time i visit this site and i was a little bit surprised that i missed many great events and news here. Anyway, now I'm back, and I've been thinking to write about something that everyone can read.
I have decided to write about my favorite electric guitar product,…Continue
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My personal version of an old Sicilian Folk Song to which I added three variations.
The video refers to one of my live performance at the 1987 ‘Musical Institute “V. Bellini”in Catania.
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Carnegie Hall: Do you sing in any ensembles?
Tina: While I have always been collaborating with other musicians for various…
From Cynthia Smith:
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