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.
Meet composer and DJ Mason Bates, discover his inspiration and why he thinks the orchestra rocks.
Link Up The Orchestra Sings Webinar Segment 1
Link Up The Orchestra Sings Webinar Segment 2
Link Up Orchestra Sings Professional Development: Repertoire
Link Up Orchestra Sings Professional Development: How to capture and submit your work, Performance Assessments
Link Up The Orchestra Sings Webinar Segment 6
Join us as we explore the instrument we are all born with—the voice—and discover the diverse heritage of song and musical traditions in New York City. Through this yearlong curriculum, students engage in skills-based activities, listening, and creative work; meet local musicians; learn vocal repertoire from different cultures, languages, and traditions; and make meaningful connections with their communities. Each semester's study culminates in an interactive concert in Zankel Hall.
An interactive video teaching some simple dance steps to the song "Guantanamera."
Qian Yi welcomes you to Musical Explorers.
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