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Drop Me Off in Harlem Drop Me Off in Harlem

Drop Me Off in Harlem

Drop Me Off in Harlem will give students the opportunity to explore the art, music, and people that changed Harlem from a neighborhood into a historical landmark

NSO YPC Exploring Extremes Exploring Extremes: Music to the Max!

Exploring Extremes: Music to the Max!

Join the NSO to explore music’s extremes—from high notes and low notes to how big or small instruments (and their sounds!) can be. Plus, get to know the “extremely talented” violin, and discover different ways of listening to music.

Listen Up! Music Is a Language

Listen Up! Music Is a Language

Did you know music has a lot to say? Without any words at all, music is a language that anyone can understand.

Bernstein! Inside the Music NSO Young People's Concert - Bernstein! Inside the Music

NSO Young People's Concert - Bernstein! Inside the Music

As an equally-famous conductor, composer, and musician, Leonard Bernstein not only conducted music by the world’s greatest composers, he also wrote many important works for orchestras.

Reach For The Moon: John F. Kennedy’s Vision and Courage NSO Young People's Concert - Reach For The Moon

NSO Young People's Concert - Reach For The Moon

Just like President Kennedy had a vision for America, composers have visions of how they want their music to sound. For some, their musical mission is to explore a galaxy of stars and planets, moon shots, space walks, and galactic battles!

Kennedy Center Concert Hall The Kennedy Center Concert Hall

The Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Conductor Emil de Cou leads an expedition to the Kennedy Center's grand Concert Hall

A World of Music A World of Music

A World of Music

We’re off on a Musical Tour of Europe! The invention of the orchestra hundreds of years ago meant bigger musical possibilities, and composers all across Europe were inspired to try their hand at pushing classical music to new limits

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