More news from the Lullaby Project, by Bay Chamber Concerts

Posted on Tuesday March 11, 2014

3.13.14 Update: Please be sure to check out the recent Lullaby Project articles by Pen Bay Pilot and Village Soup, featured in our News & Events section!

Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School 
Participates in Carnegie Hall’s
 Weill Music Institute “Lullaby Project.”

 Lullabies Now Available via Soundcloud

Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School was one of 3 organizations, nationally, to be chosen to participate in The Lullaby Project. The Lullaby Project, a program of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI), offers a creative experience for women and their partners experiencing pregnancy and early parenthood in challenging community settings. Working with professional music artists and music school teaching faculty, the participants are offered a creative opportunity to communicate feelings, hopes and dreams as they look to the future with their child. Bay Chamber chose the Wayfinder School’s Passages Program for teen parents in Maine, as a partner for this unique community engagement program.

Bay Chamber Concerts’ Artistic Director Manuel Bagorro who also serves as Project Manager for WMI and composer, Tom Cabaniss, along with Bay Chamber Music School’s faculty members Malcolm Brooks, Jessica Day, Kathryn DerMaderosian, John Mehrmann, and April Reed-Cox, led the young parents in a two-day long workshop at the music school. The lullabies were then recorded at Camden’s HearStudios and are now available via Soundcloud. All lullabies created in this WMI program can be heard by clicking here.

For more information about Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute and The Lullaby Project, please visit: http://www.carnegiehall.org/Lullaby/