• For Students and Teachers

    Inspiring the next generation of music lovers, these programs are the perfect opportunity for students and teachers to make music in their classrooms and at Carnegie Hall, building a deeper understanding of music’s importance to the culture of local communities and the world. A wide range of professional development opportunities is also available to educators and administrators themselves. New York City teens can continue their musical growth after school through programs in Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing.

    • Musical Explorers

      Students in grades K-2 build basic music making skills while learning about different cultures.
    • Link Up

      Students in grades 3-5 learn to play an instrument and perform with the orchestra.
    • Future Music Project

      Carnegie Hall is offering young people hands-on experience in all facets of contemporary music-making.
    • Music Educators Workshop

      Music educators strengthen their skills in a series of professional training and musical activities.
  • Additional Programs and Resources
    PlayUSA
    PlayUSA provides support for programs that expand access to high-quality instrumental music instruction.
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    Creative Learning Projects
    New York City students and world-class artists come together for performances of major works on the Carnegie Hall stage.
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    Musical Exchange
    A space for young musicians to connect, learn, and share their work with their peers and professional artists.
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    Ensemble Connect
    A program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute in partnership with the New York City Department of Education
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