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Weill Music Institute

Each season, the wide-ranging education and social impact programs of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute connect hundreds of thousands of young people, families, educators, students, aspiring artists, administrators, and New Yorkers of all ages. These creative experiences nurture the finest musical talent at all levels and harness the power of the arts to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.

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Programs for Educators
Refine your skills and make music with your students in classrooms and concert halls around the globe. For grades K–12.
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Programs for Young Musicians
Work closely with today’s leading artists, and learn about resources and opportunities to grow as a performer, artist, and leader. For ages 14–35.
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Programs for Families
Encourage musical discovery in your family through the Weill Music Institute’s programs to spark curiosity and lifelong learning. For ages 0–10.
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Programs for Partners
Learn how to bring visionary programs to your community by partnering with the Weill Music Institute. For all ages.

Free Online Resources

Free Online Resources for Educators

Expand your lesson plans and curriculum, experience education in action with master class and workshop videos, and further develop your teaching with tips, tools, and inspiration from top music educators.

Free Online Resources for Young Musicians

Create original music across genres, hear insights from professional musicians, collaborate with peers, learn how to conquer stage fright, and more.

Free Online Resources for Families & Kids

Connect with your young ones as you discover music from around the world; create personal lullabies; or learn about instruments of the orchestra, famous composers, and more.

 

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About the Weill Music Institute
Learn about the education and social impact programs of Carnegie Hall.

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