Tue 11 July 2017
Carnegie Hall in New York understand the power of lullabies to bring together a mother and child.
They started The Lullaby Project in 2011, teaching at-risk mums how to write and record their own personal songs for their children.
Composer Thomas Cabaniss is the conductor at Carnegie Hall who started it all. Listen as he talks about the inspiration, the journey, and the music behind the project.
One of the performers also gave an inspiring TEDx talk about The Lullaby Project earlier this year which you can watch below.
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