Music program helps recovering addicts hit high notes again

A Mott Haven organization has collaborated with Carnegie Hall to use music as a way to inspire and soothe those fighting addiction. The Osborne Association's Musical Connections program exposes people

News 12 Staff

Feb 8, 2012, 7:24 PM

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Music program helps recovering addicts hit high notes again
A Mott Haven organization has collaborated with Carnegie Hall to use music as a way to inspire and soothe those fighting addiction.
The Osborne Association's Musical Connections program exposes people with a criminal past or who are recovering from addiction to the gift of song through special concerts.
Carnegie Hall says it's assigning fellows to create repertoires for future concerts that will target specific hardships.


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