Summer Music Educators Workshop
Join K–12 music educators from across the country in New York City to expand the impact of your work with young musicians. Learn to reinvigorate your students’ creativity and musicianship, build a community of peers, and invest in your own artistry through creative activities and music making in ensembles.
Dare to Explore: Opening Your Classroom to the World
How can you integrate music from multiple cultures into your music classroom and curriculum? This session is inspired by Carnegie Hall’s Musical Explorers, a robust, fully digital curriculum offered at no cost to teachers across the country.
Educators will join with expert faculty to
- explore musics and cultures from around the world
- build capacity for teaching traditions outside of Western classical music
- experience music making with faculty artists in multiple genres
Schedule is subject to change.
Day 1: July 10
Day 2: July 13
Day 3: July 14
Day 4: July 17
- Patricia Shehan Campbell, Ethnomusicologist and Professor of Music, University of Washington
- Margaret Jenks, Music Educator, Madison Metropolitan School District
- Tupac Mantilla, Percussionist, Educator, and CEO and Artistic Director of PERCUATION
- Constance McKoy, Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the School of Music, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Etienne Charles, Calypso
- Julia Gutiérrez-Rivera, Bomba and Plena
- Martha Redbone, Native American
- Layth Sidiq, Iraqi Folk
- Soul Science Lab, Hip Hop
- Ilusha Tsinadze, Georgian Folk
Summer Program Registration Policies
In the event that you need to cancel your registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration cancellation requests must be received no later than Friday, June 26.
Registrant Eligibility and Program Capacity
All registrants for the Summer Music Educators Workshop must be school and community music educators working with K–12 students. Participants must also be able to attend all activities over the course of the four-day workshop. Carnegie Hall reserves the right to cancel the registration of participants that do not meet these requirements.
Registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. In the event that the workshop reaches capacity, Carnegie Hall will notify those participants outside of our capacity and place them on a waiting list in the event of cancellations.
Program Changes and Cancellations
Programs and guest faculty are subject to change. If an event is cancelled or postponed, we will announce the change by email.
Having trouble with registration?
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Lead support for Music Educators Workshop is provided by The Grace and Mercy Foundation and The Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Family Foundation.