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Workshops and Master Classes

Emerging artists ages 18–35 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. In the inspirational spaces of the Resnick Education Wing, these up-and-coming musicians receive coaching and mentoring to assist them in reaching their artistic and professional goals.

Available for Young Musicians: Nationally and Internationally
Season: School Year

Upcoming Projects

Mitsuko Uchida coaches a student.
Mitsuko Uchida Master Class

Join a small group of musicians for three days of coaching, improvisation, rehearsals, and discussion, culminating in a concert with Burnt Sugar The Arkestra Chamber.

Joyce DiDonato Master Class
Joyce DiDonato Master Classes
Renowned mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato presents a series of three master classes that focus on opera arias.
A young woman sings as Renée Fleming observes.
Led by Renée Fleming, this vocal recital program gives emerging singers and collaborative pianists ages 18–35 the opportunity to work with leading artists who provide mentorship and explore the vast song repertoire.
A musician from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra works with a male flutist.
Orchestral Master Classes
Watch musicians from some of the world’s most renowned orchestras coach the next generation of talented instrumentalists.

Video Resources

Joyce DiDonato coaches a mezzo-soprano in front of a grand piano.
Workshops and Master Class Videos
Experience Carnegie Hall's series of  workshops and master classes firsthand through this archival video library.
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Learn with Carnegie Hall
Learn with Carnegie Hall shares programs of the Weill Music Institute, exploring music’s power to spark growth, curiosity, and connection.

Lead support for SongStudio is provided by Mr. and Mrs. Anthony B. Evnin and A.E. Charitable Foundation.

Major support for SongStudio is provided by the Titus Family Charitable Remainder Unitrust.

Additional support is provided by Sarah Billinghurst Solomon and Howard Solomon.

SongStudio is part of the Marilyn Horne legacy at Carnegie Hall.

Lead support for workshops and master classes is provided by Beatrice Santo Domingo, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony B. Evnin and A.E. Charitable Foundation.

Workshops and master classes are made possible, in part, by Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Bulgari.

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