“Musical Connections” at Carnegie Hall Calls for Artists
Ann Gregg, from Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (and From the Top’s former education director!) brings us news of a great opportunity for musicians in the New York area who are college-aged and older, and want to give back to their communities.
According to Carnegie Hall, the new community program, called “Musical Connections,” will work with artists to provide performances and workshops for people in senior centers, shelters, prisons, and hospitals, during the 2009-10 season. Musicians involved in the program will also have access to professional development opportunities through the Weill Music Institute.
Interested artists should fill out a mail-in application from Carnegie Hall’s website by June 30, 2009. Selected applicants will be invited to do a live interview in New York City during the first week of August.