From Manhattan to Melbourne, places like Carnegie Hall, Juilliard and the Melbourne Recital Centre all have burgeoning artist development programs, taking musicians out of the concert halls and directly into the communities.
With them they bring reenergised ideas and performance styles to this new way of thinking about the role of a musician in our diverse societies. Join international guests Amy Rhodes (Carnegie Hall) and Benjamin Sosland (Juilliard School), and a panel of local musicians and directors, for a session focused on stories about these growing relationships, and how they make our cities stronger, both culturally and socially.
This event is part of MEL&NYC. Click here to view the full MEL&NYC program.
Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre with Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and as part of MEL&NYC, supported by the Victorian Government
Amy Rhodes Director, Ensemble Connect, Carnegie Hall
Benjamin Sosland The Juilliard School
Paul Mason Australia Council Head of Music
Genevieve Lacey Artistic Director/recorder virtuoso
Paul Grabowsky pianist and composer
Tickets are free but bookings are essential
This production is part of the following series:
If you want to go deeper into what makes music work or the effect it has on our mind and wellbeing, Melbourne Recital Centre regularly presents informative and entertaining talks.
Monday 16 July 2018 6pm
Duration: 1 hour 15 mins (no interval)
This is a FREE event however tickets are required. Click the BOOK TICKETS button to reserve your seats.
This talk is set in-the-round. Seating in the Salon is general admission.
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