Bringing Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project to the North West

Nov 12, 2020, 04:36 PM
Creating music can have a powerful impact on wellbeing; and in the case of Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project it is supporting maternal health, aiding childhood development, and strengthening the bond between parent and child. 
 
In this podcast, recorded on Zoom, we hear from Tiffany Ortiz, Director of Early Childhood Programs for Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute, and musician Emily Eagen. We will also hear from Karen Irwin of UK charity Live Music Now, which is planning to be a partner in introducing the Lullaby Project to the ​North West of England; and from one of the charity’s musicians Pip Bryan, who is working with patients at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
 
To find out more about the Lullaby Project, visit https://www.carnegiehall.org/Education/Social-Impact/Lullaby-Project. Families with young children can also discover many free activities, resources, and more: carnegiehall.org/Explore/Learn/Families-and-Kids.
 
To find out more about Live Music Now and how to become a partner in the Live Music Now Lullaby programme in the North West or across the UK, email Karen.irwin@livemusicnow.org.uk.
Check out the free, fun, online concerts for schools and families at:  www.livemusicnow.org.uk/lmnonlineschools