• Professional Development

    The Weill Music Institute supports the evolution of music instruction and engagement by providing professional development opportunities to teaching artists, educators, administrators, and leaders from diverse musical backgrounds in support of their work in school and community settings. These initiatives support artists who engage with participants and audiences in Carnegie Hall’s programs and beyond, and equip educators and arts administrators with the tools they need to be successful in their classrooms and communities.

  • Recent Blog Posts

    July 30, 2014
    NYO-USA Musician Blogs: Is classical music dying?
    Through NYO-USA’s experience recording an episode of From the Top and engaging children in an interactive performance at Carnegie Hall, the musicians of the orchestra got a taste of community-minded musicianship. Apprentice Orchestra Manager Josh Davidoff explores what it means to bring audiences into the world of classical music.
    July 22, 2014
    Summer School: Dealing with Performance Problems
    WATCH | The Summer School series continues with Dealing with Performance Problems, featuring Christian Tetzlaff and Emmanuel Pahud discussing effective ways to practice and how to overcome problems with focus and nerves during performance.
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