The education and social impact programs of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute connect hundreds of thousands of young people, families, aspiring artists, and educators with creative musical experiences, nurturing the finest musical talent at all levels and harnessing the power of the arts to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.
Learn about the education and social impact programs of Carnegie Hall.
Led by visionary conductor Marin Alsop, All Together reimagines Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony as a 21st-century call for unity, justice, and empowerment.
Find inspiration in this framework, developed by the Weill Music Institute as a set of guiding principles for music teachers across all settings.
Bring Carnegie Hall into the classroom with innovative curriculums, professional development opportunities, and resources for K–12 teachers across NYC and around the world.
Learn from the masters at Carnegie Hall and take your artistry to the next level. Programs are available in NYC and around the world for young and professional musicians ages 14–35.
Join our global network and increase your impact. Carnegie Hall supports orchestras, music education programs, and organizations of all types through funding and opportunities for collaboration.
Ensemble Connect is a two-year fellowship program for the finest young professional classical musicians in the United States.