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Lullaby International

Tiffany Ortiz, Director, Early Childhood Programs, Carnegie Hall “Taking part in the Lullaby Project has encouraged me to use music as a teaching tool. Since writing the second lullaby, I’ve written songs to encourage Whitley to walk, to use the...
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Lessons in Listening

By Yuki Numata Resnick, Cofounder and Executive Director, Buffalo String Works Buffalo Public School #45 is the go-to public school for newly arrived refugees in Buffalo, NY. Speaking dozens of different languages and dialects, many of the school’s students are...
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Creating the COVID-19 Community Response Fund

By Dalouge Smith, CEO of The Lewis Prize for Music The Lewis Prize for Music, a philanthropic foundation established in the United States in 2018, is guided by the mission of partnering with leaders who create positive change by investing...
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U.S. Sistema Programs Respond to Pandemic

by Eric Booth, co-founder of The Ensemble Newsletters In the U.S., Sistema programs shut down in early March—first one, then a few, and within a week, all of them. As safety issues were clear, there was little energy wasted on...
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Inside SphinxConnect 2020

By Joanna Borowski, Director of Education, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra The Sphinx Organization is dedicated to transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts. The distinctive mission of Sphinx, within that context, is to address the underrepresentation of...
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