12-Year-Old Girl Black Girl Becomes The Youngest Composer Of New York City Orchestra
Meet Grace Moore, a 12-year-old girl from New York who has just made history of becoming one of the youngest composers to join the New York City Philharmonic Orchestra.
Grace Moore is a seventh-grade student at Poly Prep in Dyker Heights and she is also enrolled in the organization’s Very Young Composers program. There, participants from the age of 8 are taught to create music.
She created a composition for the program that made a world premiere in a live performance by the NY Philharmonic in October 2020.
She started showing her passion and interest in music at the age of 2 when her mother gave her a piano and now she is showcasing her extraordinary talent.
Grace believes that as a woman of color, she can inspire others to create and appreciate music.
In an interview with PIX11, she said “I hope everyone follows their hobbies and do what they love.”
We wish Grace all the best!!
Credit: Black News
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