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Voices of Hope: Music

An intense Shostakovich symphony, an exploration of songs from the Ibero-American songbook, music created in ghettos and concentration camps during the Holocaust, a meditation on the legacy of an African American jazz pioneer, and many more spectrums of music are presented by Carnegie Hall in free nightly live streams. Festival partner events include a performance of a chamber masterpiece composed in a prisoner-of-war-camp, songs about finding grace in times of crisis, a recital of piano music by Black and Native American composers, and other musical events.

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CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Jordi Savall: Bal-Kan

Honey and Blood: Music in the Ottoman Empire
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Ute Lemper

Rendezvous with Marlene
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Jason Moran

James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters: The Absence of Ruin
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Ute Lemper

Songs for Eternity
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Presented by Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia University

American Voices

Selected Piano Works by Black and Native American Composers
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