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Carnegie and the world

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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Musicians

Carnegie students involved in Carnival of the Animals include Aashi Sharma (dancer); Adjoa Asare (Twi narrator); Ammar Khatlani (musician); Ananya Luthria (dancer); Andrew Hozayev (Russian narrator); Evelyn Fung (violin, dance, English narration, director); Jared Yang (editor); Miriam Yampuler (Piano 2, Hebrew Narrator); Raahim Siddiqui (Urdu narrator); Ruofan Liu (editor); Sai Aakarsha Saridey (Telugu narrator); Zeynep Deliormani (Turkish narrator)

A local musical nonprofit, Trio Oriens Jr., brought together 78 young artists from around the world to perform six movements from Saint Saëns' 1886 “The Carnival of the Animals.” Spearheaded by Evelyn Fung, a senior at Carnegie Vanguard High School, the performance features six musical movements. The full orchestral ensemble includes students from around the world playing piano, piccolo, oboe, violin and more, plus multiple visual artists. The performances include a traditional Taiwanese lion dance performed by students at the Taipei National University of the Arts, a Bharatanatyam Indian dance by the Shri Natraj School of Dance, ballet dancers and hand-drawn art. Every piece is introduced and concluded by poetry read in over 20 languages. Carnegie students involved include Aashi Sharma, Adjoa Asare, Ammar Khatlani, Ananya Luthria, Andrew Hozayev, Evelyn Fung, Jared Yang, Miriam Yampuler, Raahim Siddiqui, Ruofan Liu, Sai Aakarsha Saridey and Zeynep Deliormani. For more details and to watch the video, see “Carnival in Quarantine,” the School Buzz article written by Carnegie student Miriam Yampuler.

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