The Coalition to Save Carnegie Artist Studios.
Save Your Inheritance. Preserve Our History
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To quote the late Isaac Stern former Artistic Director of Carnegie Hall:
Duncan lived and rehearsed new dance works here. Enrico Caruso made his
first recording in studio 826. Jerome Robbins and Agnes de Mille
studied and dreamed here…“Today, these traditions are carried forward
by more than 300,000 young people and adults who received instruction
in the arts in Carnegie Hall studios each year. Their presence in the
same building where the finest musical performances are heard adds
immeasurably to the unique creative ferment one feels about this
national cultural landmark. “Carnegie Hall is a crucible of democratic
creativity…bringing together all that is best in America’s myriad
ethnic and cultural strains…proving that we have built not just a
nation but a civilization.”~Isaac Stern
John Turturro Speaks At City Hall Rally
Save your rights to Inherit Carnegie Hall Tower Artist Studios!
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
New York, NY 10007
Carnegie Artist Studios.
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