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Orchestra Miami's FREE Education Event for MDCPS Students

CARNEGIE HALL
LINK UP!

What is Link Up?

 

Orchestra Miami's Carnegie Hall Link Up Program is a music education program provided by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute and taught by Miami-Dade County Public School music teachers. More than 3,000 students in grades 3-5 who participate in Link Up attend a culminating concert on at Miami-Dade County Auditorium, where they sing and play the recorder or the violin with the orchestra from their seats. 

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You can help!

By supporting Link-Up you are supporting free music education programs in schools across Miami-Dade county!

 

Our kids deserve your support! Help us reach our goal of raising $3,000 so that we can buy 567 recorders for our kids!

Click here to learn more about how you can make a 100% Tax Deductible donation!

Watch Students Perform with Orchestra Miami at our 2019 Concert

Watch the Students' Reaction When Asked if they Want to Play It Again!

Oak Grove Elementary School

Madie Ives Elementary School

North Miami Elementary School

Marjory Stone Douglas Elem

Carrie P Meek / Westview K-8

Jane S Roberts K - 8

South Miami K - 8 Magnet

West Lakes Prep Academy

Coral Reef Elementary School

Winston Park K - 8

Campbell Drive K - 8 Center

Campbell Drive K-8

Virginia Boone / Highland Elem

Oliver Hoover Elementary School

Ojus Elemnetary School

Southside Prepatory Academy

Riverside E Community School

Miami Arts Studio 6-12 @ Zelda

Gateway Evironmental K - 8

Claude Pepper Elementary

Amelia Earhart Elementary

Spanish Lake Elementary

Morningside K-8

Shenandoah Elementary School

Miami Shores Presbyterian

Biscayne Garden Elem. School

James H. Bright Elem. Center

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The Orchestra Miami/Carnegie Hall Link Up program is funded with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners and a generous grant from The Kirk Foundation.

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