By Brooklyn Reader

April 6, 2014, 8:39 am

 

On Saturday, April 5, an army of young Noel Pointer Foundation string musicians from across 26 different New York City public schools (24 from Brooklyn) came together to play with each other in Fiddlefest! 

Since 1995, the Noel Pointer Foundation has provided over 25,000 at-risk, inner-city school children with professional music instruction, once-in-a-lifetime performance opportunities and school placement assistance.

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Check out some of the pictures and the video from this year’s Fiddlefest!

 


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