• Workshops and Master Classes

    Ages 18–35

    Emerging artists are given valuable access to world-class performers and composers who have established themselves on Carnegie Hall’s stages. Participants in these tuition-free opportunities are selected after responding to an open call for auditions. These up-and-coming musicians receive coaching and mentoring to assist them in reaching their artistic and professional goals in the inspirational spaces of the Resnick Education Wing.

  • Emmanuel Pahud

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  • Takacs Quartet Ellen Appel

  • John Adams by Margaretta Mitchell and David Robertson
  • Emmanuel Pahud Master Class: Sonatas for Flute and Piano

  • October 23, 2012

    For Flute Players*

    One of today’s most celebrated and wide-ranging artists, Emmanuel Pahud leads a master class devoted to recital repertoire for flute.

    Application Deadline: August 31, 2012

  • Marilyn Horne, Jessye Norman, and Dalton Baldwin: The Song Continues

  • January 14–19, 2013

    For Singers

    Joining Marilyn Horne to lead master classes for this annual workshop and festival of song are soprano Jessye Norman and pianist Dalton Baldwin.

    Application Deadline: October 1, 2012

    The Song Continues is supported by The Herman Lissner Foundation.

    This program is part of the Marilyn Horne legacy at Carnegie Hall.

  • Takács Quartet: Haydn, Beethoven, and Bartók String Quartets

  • March 12–15, 2013

    For String Quartets

    The famed string quartet invites three young ensembles to explore works of Haydn, Bartók and Beethoven along with the broader dimensions of a chamber music career.

    Application Deadline: October 15, 2012


  • John Adams and David Robertson: The 21st-Century American Contemporary Ensemble

  • April 20–25, 2013

    For Conductors and Instrumentalists*

    This is led by two of the most compelling figures in American music. Focusing on American new music in the 21st century, this five-day event culminates in two concerts at Zankel Hall.

    Application Deadline: December 3, 2012