15 Year Old Mozart Sings at Carnegie Hall!!

May 28, 2016

15 year old Mozart Sings at Carnegie Hall

What a dream come true for 15 year old Mozart to sing at Carnegie Hall! What teenage singer wouldn't want this Carnegie Singing Debut opportunity and a teen getaway trip to NYC? Check performance at Carnegie Hall as a teen off the bucket list! 

Mozart has been around the world, but this was her first cross country trip without her parents. 

15 Year Old Mozart Sings at Carnegie Hall! in NYC!!

As a gifted actress, musician, singer, songwriter based in Los Angeles, Mozart was thrilled to be one of six students who flew from Los Angeles to be part of this elite performance at the one and only Carnegie Hall. 

So how did it go? 

"It was just so awesome,” Mozart said an hour after the concert. “We were on stage at Carnegie Hall, where so many amazing people have stood, and I felt so honored to be there."

She made a Youtube video about her Carnegie Hall performance & trip to NYC. Don't miss her funny, inspiring teen story time video: 

Besides travel and being a global kid, Mozart is mostly known as a pop singer with original songs like "Dear Heart", "You're Not Alone", "Ashes", etc,  as well as an  actress ( who just won Best Actress at a top Film Festival) and her song and Music Video for Ignite  was just selected over 2000 entries and  premiering on the big screen on June 11 at the prestigious Dances With Films Festival in LA at the famous TCL Chinese Theaters. That is her 3rd festival "Ignite" has been nominated for, so now it seems like she is also a filmmaker, director, editor!

singer actress Mozart in her National Children's Chorus uniform

Mozart also sings Classical and Broadway songs like her recent concert in Los Angeles where she sang "Pie Jesu". She auditioned for and won a full scholarship as a top level "scholar" at the renowned National Children's Chorus which practices weekly with professors at UCLA musical school where she also learns composition, conducting and music theory. 

  Mozart singing at Carnegie Hall with National Children's Chorus

She recently preformed with her choir at esteemed musical venues like Disney Hall hosted by LA Phil and with full orchestra by the American Youth Orchestra and Royce Hall at UCLA in Los Angeles, so Carnegie Hall was just icing on the cake. Maestro Luke McEndarfer and Dr. Pamela Blackstone led unique selections highlighting exotic cultures found along the ancient Silk Road, linking Asia with the west for more than 2,000 years and Mozart sang in her fluent Mandarin as well as a few other languages in a haunting array of rarely performed works.

15 year old Mozart Sings at Carnegie Hall in NYC - rehearsing

These pictures above and below were at the rehearsal at Carnegie Hall on Saturday afternoon. You can see Mozart with her long blonde hair in the front row below to the far left in her rehearsal T shirt.  

Teen actress and singer Mozart at Carnegie Hall rehearsal with NCC

 Of course, when it is time to perform she always wears the uniform. 

Singer, songwriter, actress Mozart

 Mozart loves her choir and feels very blessed to be a part of such a prestigious chorus and working with such gifted people. Interestingly, her voice teacher says that  her work in classical actually helps her singing in pop as well. 

  Teen singer Mozart singing at Disney Hall with National Children's Chorus

 Going to NYC with a friend and getting to perform at Carnegie Hall was so awesome that she didn't want to leave. 

teen Mozart after performing at Carnegie Hall in NYC

Mozart has always loved visiting Manhattan, but going on her own at this age made a big impression. She has decided she wants to live there when she is older or maybe be bi-coastal as I was as a young adult. 

  Carnegie Hall souvenir for Mozart after performance

The trip wouldn't be complete for a teen without raiding the Carnegie Hall gift shop for souvenirs like hats and

Teen actress & singer with Carnegie Hall T shirt

a t-shirt to celebrate the occasion for some time to come! 

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