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Bobby McFerrin Workshop for Singers at Carnegie Hall, Spring 2008
(Published: August 21, 2007)

Beginning on September 15, The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall will be accepting applications for the Bobby McFerrin Workshop for Singers: Vocal Improvisation, which will take place in New York City from April 28 to May 2, 2008. Mr. McFerrin, one of the world's best-known vocal innovators, will share his pioneering ideas with the next generation of musicians. The workshop culminates in a public performance by the participants in Zankel Hall.

Vocalists between the ages of 18 and 30 are invited to apply. Approximately 20 musicians will be selected.

Further information about this workshop and an online application will be available by September 15, 2007 at www.weillmusicinstitute.o... . To receive updates on this and other Professional Training Workshops, please e-mail ptw@carnegiehall.org or call 212-903-9733.

More Information: http://www.weillmusicinstitute.org/workshops

Submitted By: Carnegie Hall Public Affairs

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