Upcoming Events

No results found.

Top Results

No results found.

Pause

Education

Weill Music Institute

The education and social impact programs of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute connect hundreds of thousands of young people, families, students, community members, 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.

Supporters

Free Online Offerings

Learn with Carnegie Hall logo

Learn with Carnegie Hall

Watch episodes from this weekly series of live streams—drawn from programs spearheaded by WMI and Ensemble Connect—that showcases the power of music to enrich, inspire, and connect.

A mother and daughter clap together at Carnegie Hall

Resources for Families

Explore activities and videos for children of all ages that encourage musical learning, discovery, and play.

Summer Music Educators Workshop “Engaging Students in Inquiry and Reflection” workshop led by Richard Mannoia.

Resources for Music Educators

Expand your lesson plans, experience education in action with workshop videos, and develop your teaching skills with tips from top educators.

A young musician playing piano and singing at Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Room

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.

About the Weill Music Institute

Learn about the education and social impact programs of Carnegie Hall.

Ensemble Connect

Ensemble Connect is a two-year fellowship program for the finest young professional classical musicians in the United States.

Stay Up to Date