- 881 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019
Carnegie Hall’s presents music and musicians on the three stages of this legendary hall, to bring the transformative power of music to the widest possible audience, to provide visionary education programs, and to foster the future of music through the cultivation of new works, artists, and audiences.
Carnegie Hall believes that everyone should have access to the power of great music. Serving more than
170,000 children, students, teachers, parents, young music professionals, and adults each year, the Weill Music Institute’s education and community programs are designed to inspire the next generation of music lovers, nurture tomorrow’s talent, and contribute to the advancement of music education in the New York metropolitan area, across the US, and around the world.
School program offerings include:
• The McGraw-Hill Companies CarnegieKids (recommended for children ages 3-6) invites children to
• basic musical concepts through free interactive concerts that feature songs, movement, and instrument
demonstrations in community venues throughout New York City.
• Musical Explorers (kindergarten-grade 2) introduces students to musical concepts through explorations
of the different cultures and traditions from neighborhoods across New York City.
• Link Up (grades 3-5) enables students to develop performing and listening skills through a standardsbased curriculum, online resources, and participatory concerts at Carnegie Hall.
• Perelman American Roots (grades 6-8) combines sequential lessons, teaching artist visits, and concerts, providing a historical and cultural context for various styles of African American song.
• Carnegie Hall Musical Exchange (ages 13-19) uses technology to connect students and teachers in the
New York City area with peers around the world through an online global community.
• Family Concerts (recommended for children 5-12) offers families an introduction to classical, jazz and world music through a variety of concerts at Carnegie Hall by world-class performers with tickets starting at just $9.