For Teens: Studio 57 Live
Future Music Project participants (ages 14–19 only) perform once a month in a teen-driven concert. In this month’s concert, students have the opportunity to perform side by side with their peers and professional musicians. These monthly events are an opportunity for young musicians to perform original music in the Weill Music Room for their peers, family, and friends. Future Music Project is a year-round program at Carnegie Hall that gives young musicians ages 14–19 from across New York City the opportunity to create, perform, and produce their own original music.
This event is for ages 14‒19 only (high school and up). An advance RSVP is required for entry. A signed permission form from a parent/guardian is required for students under the age of 18.
Part of: Migrations: The Making of America
The Future Music Project Weekly Workshops include musical projects for young people in the justice system.
Lead support for Future Music Project is provided by Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari and The Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Family Foundation.
Major funding is provided by Ameriprise Financial and MetLife Foundation.
Public support is provided by the City of New York through the Administration for Children’s Services, the Department of Youth and Community Development, and New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
Carnegie Hall is a partner in The Door's Youth Opportunity Hub, funded [in part] by the New York County District Attorney’s Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII).
Lead support for Migrations: The Making of America is provided by the Ford Foundation, The Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund, and Igor Tulchinsky.
Additional support is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.
Public support is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.