• GLASSES blog | At a time when women were denied political, professional, and educational rights, Carnegie Hall served as a space where women could come to experience collective empowerment. At the turn of the 20th century, women began to gather together and advocate for equal voting rights. As women filled Carnegie Hall for a variety of events to garner support and band together to demand suffrage, they exhibited their ability to rally in support of a common cause: improving and advocating for their own lives.
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    • Ensemble Connect celebrated its official anniversary in January, and birthday wishes from across the country have been flooding in. Read on for birthday wishes, videos, and photos submitted by teachers, artistic partners, alumni, and more.
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    • In December, seven Ensemble Connect fellows traveled to Paris for a week-long residency in partnership with the Edmond de Rothschild Foundations.
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    • Ensemble Connect collaborated with Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Caroline Shaw on her new piece titled Stucco & Brocatelle. Ensemble Connect fellow Mika Sasaki describes working with Shaw to debut this new piece.
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    • GLASSES blog | “Even now as I recall the event, I feel the same chill of excitement I felt then. A young black woman going to Carnegie Hall to see Nina Simone, I was in a place where the world was perfect.” Read about Eunice Townsend’s recount of attending a Nina Simone concert at Carnegie Hall.
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