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June 28th, 2015

The Somewhere Project




In celebration of Carnegie Hall’s 125th-anniversary season, the Weill Music Institute presents the Somewhere Project, including a large-scale production of West Side Story, a work that aligns closely with WMI’s mission of supporting music in the community and the world. The performances take place March 4–6, 2016, at the Knockdown Center, a restored factory in Queens, and feature professional artists in solo roles, Jerome Robbins’s classic choreography, and students and community members from around the city on stage.

Marin Alsop, a former protégé of Leonard Bernstein’s and a visionary leader of education projects, conducts the performances, and Amanda Dehnert, nationally renowned theater director, leads the production. Experiencing West Side Story as a celebration of community and music inspires audiences to embrace the vision of New York City as “a place for us.”
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  • 5 Oct 2020, 19:59
    Happy Birthday to a Fabulous Shark! You played the role of Bernardo, the Sharks leader and Anita's lover fantastically! Thank you so much for helping to make the fabulous original 1961 film version…
  • 28 Aug 2020, 12:37
    It's a fantastic book, and I'm glad I ordered it. I was aware of Robbins' firing due to his having gone over budge and beyond scheduling, as well as Natalie Wood's overt hostility towards Richard…
  • 28 Aug 2020, 12:30
    Happy Birthday to you, Simon Oakland! You helped raise a beautiful movie-musical to the heavens by playing a fantastic role of Lt. Schrank. That role fit you perfectly, since you had both the looks…
  • 25 Aug 2020, 13:19
    Happy Birthday to the one who helped create the most fantastic, the most special, and the most beloved musical on earth! RIP, Leonard Bernstein!
  • 17 Aug 2020, 11:10
    I found this rather overblown, if one gets the drift.
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