Music Educators Workshop | Carnegie Hall
  • Music Educators Workshop

    The Music Educators Workshop is a community of ensemble directors who come together to learn from each other and from top-notch guest faculty, to attend concerts at Carnegie Hall, and to explore their important role as instigators of creativity and musicality. Teachers investigate several core strategies for teaching music skills, learn about choosing the best repertoire for their ensemble, discuss how to program inspiring and successful concerts, develop creative composition and improvisation activities for their classrooms, and observe visiting faculty working with student ensembles. The Music Educators Workshop is open to school and community ensemble directors working with middle or high school-aged ensembles. Carnegie Hall offers a school year program for educators in the New York City area, and a summer program for music educators who are able to come to New York for four days of workshop intensives.



    Lead support for Music Educators Workshop is provided by the Brooke Astor One-Year Fund for New York City Education.

  • School Year Program
    Up to 50 middle and high school ensemble directors are selected to participate in a yearlong Music Educators Workshop that includes monthly interactive workshops with top music educators focused on pedagogy, conducting, and best teaching practices.
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    Summer Program
    In July 2017, Carnegie Hall will host the annual Summer Music Educators Workshop for ensemble directors.
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    Live Blog Summer Music Educator's Workshop