February: The Latest on Musical Exchange

with multimedia

Join the composition project to explore using visual tools, multimedia, and different vocal styles in your music. Pamela is off to a great start. Join the group to see what she’s working on and to connect with the lead artist, composer Paola Prestini.

Over 500 videos at your fingertips

Musical theater, hip-hop, Son Jarocho, classical piano, and chamber music videos are topping the list of featured videos. Go ahead, upload, embed, or add your videos by phone to show off your skills.

Alexandria says, “You never know who might be listening”

"Always take the time to listen to your own voice and find the beauty in it." That’s what actress/singer and student Alexandria tells us in her interview, accompanied by a video of her performing. Check her out in the latest Member Spotlight.

Carnegie Hall History:
The big red box in the sky that wasn't

Take a trip through time in the newest installment of our Carnegie Hall History Series, where we hear about a moment when the iconic concert hall was nearly demolished and replaced by a red skyscraper with 44 stories, offices instead of stages, and windows in what Life magazine called a "strange-looking" checkerboard pattern.

Flash Activity
Ever have those moments when you just need a song to get you going? Tell us all about it in our latest flash activity.

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





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Digital music workshops produced by Carnegie Hall in partnership with Building Beats are supported by the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in the New York Community Trust.


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