We continue to raise awareness of our work through local and national media coverage.
CBS EVENING NEWS
On Saturday, April 5th, Harmony Program students from across the city came together at the United Palace Theatre for a day of rehearsals and performances with musicians from the New York Philharmonic and West Point Band.
CBS Evening News captured the event for a feature that aired that night.
On Friday, February 24, the PBS NewsHour ran a 10-minute segment on the Harmony Program to demonstrate how Harmony is using classical music instruction to help children realize their strengths, talents, and potential.
CBS News covered the 2012 Harmony Program Gala Waltz.
Our Executive Director, Anne Fitzgibbon, and the students and teachers of the Harmony Program at P.S. 129 were featured on WQXR this week.
NEW YORK POST
The New York Post covered the Harmony Program’s PS 152 Winter 2010 Recital in Brooklyn.
On Friday, May 1st, BBC Radio aired a program featuring the work of the Harmony Program.
NY DAILY NEWS
On Tuesday, October 9th, our new site in Washington Heights was featured in the Daily News.
ABC EYEWITNESS NEWS
ABC News featured our students at P.S. 129 preparing to perform with Maestro Placido Domingo at the 2012 Gala Waltz.
DNAinfo.com covered the Harmony Program’s fall celebration at the United Palace Theatre.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
On January 19th, the LA Times reported on the Harmony Program Youth Orchestra’s performance with Maestro Placido Domingo.
NY1‘s Janine Ramirez reported on Harmony’s Gala Waltz honoring Maestro Placido Domingo.
On November 27, The Uptowner featured on the Harmony Program in Washington Heights, including a brief interview with teachers and staff.
NY1 Noticias reported on our recent master class, featuring the students of the Harmony Program performing with musicians and teaching artists from the New York Philharmonic in Washington Heights.
The Harmony Program at P.S. 152 was recently featured in New York Parenting.
The PBS Learning Matters Blog featured the Harmony Program.
Tricia Tunstall, noted author and friend of the Harmony Program, visited WNYC to talk about El Sistema and its influence on programs in the U.S., including the Harmony Program.
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