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Featured Video | "A Haven for Refugee Children to Experience Music"
More than half of the refugees who came to the New Haven area last year were children. So local arts organization Music Haven created a violin class for young refugees.
"Follow an 8-year-old, change the world!"
When 8-year-old Jane heard about refugees living in New Haven, she and her classmates wanted to do something special to make them feel more welcome. Video by Wheel to Sea Productions
Mendelssohn - by Music Haven's Phat Orangez Quartet
Music Haven's Phat Orangez Quartet performs Mendelssohn's "Quartet in D Major, Op. 44 No. 1, Mvt. III" at the Unitarian Society of New Haven in Hamden, Conn., on April 1, 2016. (Audio recorded by Mateusz Zechowski)
Check out our recent segment on WTNH's CT STYLE - "Stage 8 Presents: Music Lantern Student Musicians"
Watch Music Haven resident musician Yaira Matyakubova talk about how our programs are raising money to help young girls in India go to school. “They decided they will perform as many concerts as they can to raise money and awareness about kids,” said Matyakubova.
"Yaira's Way of Giving Back. What's YOURS?"
Our Senior Resident Musician, Yaira Matyakubova, has found many friends on her journey to Music Haven from Uzbekistan. She feels the need to return the favor. "The best way I can give it back is through children," she says. Video by Wheel to Sea Productions
"Build bridges through music!"
Music has the ability to build bridges between people in an emotionally engaging (and really fun) way!
Video production by Wheel to Sea Productions
Musical Flash Mob Surprises & Delights Commuters
Music Haven's "Harmony in Action" student orchestra surprises commuters with a flash mob performance of "Dona Nobis Pacem" at Union Station in New Haven, Conn., on December 17, 2015. Music Haven aims to break down barriers, broaden futures, and build community through music. Video by Wheel to Sea Productions
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