1. Purple Songs Can Fly: Kids Fighting Cancer With Music

    In 2006, Purple Songs Can Fly created an in-house recording studio at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers. The studio provides the children being treated for cancer, blood disorders and their siblings the opportunity to write and record their own songs. In this program, any child being treated in the...
  2. An Exploration of the Potential of Music in Juvenile Justice

    Acting at the intersection between juvenile justice reform, youth development, and a sense of the civic mission of cultural organizations, Carnegie Hall, through its Musical Connections program of the Weill Music Institute, is collaborating with New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services, the Department of Probation, the Department of Education District 79, and other...