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Musical Explorers Resources

New York City
2018–2019

Welcome to Musical Explorers! This curriculum is designed to connect students in grades K–2 to New York City’s rich and diverse musical community as they build fundamental music skills through listening, singing, and moving to songs from all over the world. During the next year, you and your students will meet six New York City–based artists who each represent a different musical genre and cultural tradition; many have reinvented these deeply rooted traditions to make them their own. Together, you will learn songs and dances that you will perform along with the artists during the culminating interactive concerts at the end of each semester.

Semester 1
Fall 2018

Semester 2
Spring 2019

Becoming Musical Explorers

Musical Explorers Song

The Musical Explorers theme song is sung at the beginning and end of every Musical Explorers concert. Your students will learn to sing the song, and can also learn the accompanying sign language on the student activity page.

Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers Song Sheet Music

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Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers Song
Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers Song

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Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers Song

Musical Explorers Spring 2019 Concert
Students and teachers who participate in the Weill Music Institute's Musical Explorers program attend a culminating, interactive concert at Carnegie Hall with artists featured in the curriculum. Students learn from and sing along to music performed by Brianna (Jazz), Juan and Julia (Bomba and Plena), and Fabiana (Brazilian), along with their band members.

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