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Welcome to Musical Explorers! To get started, simply pick a program, use the online development resources and lesson plans, and teach your students about new musical genres and cultural traditions.
Each program includes six lessons built around two songs by three unique artists. All programs culminate in an interactive concert experience, during which your students will celebrate what they've learned, singing and dancing along with their favorite new artists.
- Georgian Folk with Ilusha
- Freedom Songs with Imani Uzuri
- Haitian with Emeline
- Argentine Folk with Sofía R. and Sofia T.
- Native American with Martha
- South African Zulu with Bongi and Tshidi
- Greek Folk with Magda
- Malian Traditional with Yacouba
- Indian Classical with Falu
- Jazz with Brianna
- Bomba and Plena with Juan and Julia
- Brazilian with Fabiana
- Cumbia with Gregorio
- Armenian Folk with Zulal
- Hip Hop with Soul Science Lab
- Bluegrass with Michael
- Chinese Traditional with Qian Yi
- Iraqi Folk with Layth
Each Musical Explorers program culminates in an interactive concert that you can experience with your students from the comfort of your own school.
Discover the geographic roots of the musical genres featured in the Musical Explorers curriculum through our interactive Around the World Map.
Register for 2020–2021
If you're planning to teach the Musical Explorers program to your students this year, register as a Musical Explorers teacher! Your annual registration gives you access to monthly emails guiding you through the curriculum, downloadable concert videos, direct communications with Carnegie Hall staff for additional support, webinars, and more. It also helps us understand how the resources are being used and how to make them better!
Other Ways to Stay Connected
You can also join an online community of music educators supporting each other and discussing the best ways to engage, nurture, and inspire music learners! The Carnegie Hall Music Educators Facebook Group is here for you.