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Carnegie Hall Debut Thrills New York City Bar Association (New York Law Journal)

New York Law Journal, October 25, 2019

Carnegie Hall Debut Thrills New York City Bar Association

“‘You realize you’re walking through a living museum of musical excellence,’ said Kathryn Schneider, who conducted the New York City Bar Chorus in its Carnegie Hall debut and has been with the group for most of its 26-year history.

The Oct. 14 appearance was part of the National Fall Sing Remembering 9/11 program, and the chorus was chosen because of its integral link with the terrorist attacks. Two of its members escaped from the World Trade Center, and in the months that followed, the chorus visited firehouses with heavy casualties to sing to the survivors.”

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