Discover educational materials from the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, including activities and lesson plans, worksheets, audio and video resources, and interactive listening guides. All materials are free for use with registration. Use the tools below to browse resources by grade level, skills and concepts, musical genres, instruments, national standards in music, and other criteria selected to serve the needs of educators.
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Lynelle Jonsson, Amy Justman, and Jonathon Hampton perform the Link Up The Orchestra Rocks theme song "Come to Play" in this fun-filled music video.
Link Up composer and host Thomas Cabaniss teaches the interactive refrain from "Drumlines" with the Brooklyn Steppers.
Meet members of the Brooklyn Steppers as they prepare for their concert at Carnegie Hall.
Composer and Link Up host Thomas Cabaniss discusses the question 'How Can Music Rock?.'
Composer and Link Up host Thomas Cabaniss discusses his pieces "Drumlines" and the Link Up theme song "Come to Play," and reveals the Link Up musical challenge.
Meet composer and DJ Mason Bates, discover how he began composing and experimenting with electronica, and why he thinks the orchestra rocks.