The Judith and Burton Resnick Education Wing is home to many programs offered by the Weill Music Institute. With 24 new spaces dedicated to music education on the Lily and Edmond J. Safra Education Floors atop Carnegie Hall, the Resnick Education Wing is a professional development center for music educators and teaching artists, a space for New York City students and community members to learn from professional musicians, an inspirational location for Ensemble Connect and other young musicians, and a home for public master classes and interactive concerts.
This stunning, double-height room at the heart of the Resnick Education Wing welcomes visitors to take part in a variety of music education activities, including free Carnegie Kids performances, pre-concert activities for Carnegie Hall Family Concerts, master classes with major artists, student rehearsals, and Music Educators Workshops.
Throughout the Resnick Education Wing are two dozen rooms of varying sizes, providing an inspirational setting in which to meet, learn, rehearse, explore, and share musical experiences.
Located within the Resnick Education Wing, Carnegie Hall's Archives now includes a listening and reading room, accessible by appointment, increasing access to Carnegie Hall’s historic collections.
Adjacent to the Resnick Education Wing is a new outdoor roof terrace—a feature first envisioned in 1892 by the building’s original architect, re-imagined for the 21st century—that serves as a gathering place for those engaged in Carnegie Hall events and activities.