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While visiting New York City, Tim and Robbie walk to Carnegie Hall where Miss Robbie reminisces about the time she spent performing at the legendary venue with Dr. John. Find out which famous musicians came to see Miss Robbie perform!
In this deleted scene from the Operation Big Dreams reveal in Episode 6 of Oprah's Big Give, Rachael sings while Emily accompanies her on the piano at the Carnegie Hall .
opportunity? Watch this clip here. Tim and Miss Robbie Watch: While visiting New York City, Tim and Robbie walk to Carnegie Hall where Miss Robbie reminisces about the time she spent performing at the legendary venue with Dr. John. Find out which
000 songs (her mother, Tammy, stopped counting eight years ago), and performed her own lyrical compositions at Carnegie Hall . Her mind: Brittany was born four months early. She can't tie her shoes or write her name, and speaking is a
It's the same idea as playing scales on your piano at home so you can perform Beethoven's 'Appassionata' at Carnegie Hall ." When I mention my episode of meditation angst, she explains that mindfulness isn't about zapping unpleasant
skilled violinist who studied at Yale and has performed at the White House, the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, and Carnegie Hall . Playing violin this well is an accomplishment for anyone, but in this case it's particularly amazing. Because
started practicing on my concert grand, I've won an international competition and performed at a fund-raiser at Carnegie Hall . Onstage, I could feel myself filling with light. These are the best moments of my life. —As told to Diane Herbst
sing the Hanukkah songs I grew up with, I will listen to Bach's Christmas Oratorio, and I will go with friends to Carnegie Hall to hear Handel's Messiah sung by the heavenly St. Cecilia Chorus. And I will spend plenty of time practicing the
A hobby means something you're not an expert at that you enjoy doing you don't have to be you know ready for. Carnegie hall and in the way you played saxophone it's just a hobby you enjoy. We had bought into in this culture at this idea
obviously we don't see everything from the things get edited out but the fact that she put herself in. Two solo at Carnegie Hall this thought it was a little bit much. Because it wasn't her moment and she was or make it make it a moment. I