• Future Music Project

  • Weekly Workshops

    Future Music Project offers workshop opportunities for young people ages 14–19 in Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing. All workshops include the chance to perform in the monthly Studio 57 Live series, as well as additional concerts in the Resnick Education Wing.

    This year, Future Music Project offers four different workshops in the Resnick Education Wing.

  • Youth Programs final concert 3 (Nan Melville)
    Photography: Nan Melville
  • Concert Design

    October 10–June 26
    Tuesdays, 4–6:30 PM

    Students explore the skills and outlets necessary to develop a visual element to their music artistry. Alongside professional technicians and designers, students work to create exciting live performances, utilizing inventive lighting, projections, and staging. Through critical analysis and hands-on exercises involving music videos, choreography, album covers, and more, students work to create their own unique visual style.

    Future Music Project Sampler Pack

    October 11–June 27
    Wednesdays, 4–6:30 PM

    Students sample all of the Future Music Project classes. Starting with theory and ear training, students learn musicianship skills before working on songwriting and digital music production. In addition, all students take classes in best audition and performance practices. This is a great workshop for students who are new to Future Music Project, want to try more than one workshop, or want to learn basic musicianship skills.


    October 11–June 27
    Wednesdays, 4–6:30 PM

    Students learn to write their own songs and craft lyrics and music. Students also learn how to arrange music for multiple instruments, draft original charts, and draw inspiration from everyday life into songs. This is a multi-instrument class with vocalists and instrumentalists working side-by-side with professional songwriters. All songwriters have the opportunity to perform their original songs in the monthly Studio 57 Live concert series.

    Digital Music Production

    October 12–June 28
    Thursdays, 4–6:30 PM

    Students learn technical skills including recording engineering design and production recording. Students also learn how to track and lay down original music while recording each other, and work with professional producers, musicians, and DJs to create and record their own music. Prior experience with music production software is recommended.

    Future Music Project workshops are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Carnegie Hall ensures that there is representation from schools in all five boroughs. All programs offered as part of Future Music Project are free and follow the New York City Department of Education calendar and all approved holidays. A MetroCard and boxed lunch are provided at every workshop.



    If you have questions, please contact us at futuremusicproject@carnegiehall.org or by calling 212-903-9625.

  • Lead support for Future Music Project is provided by Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari.

    Major support is provided by the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in the New York Community Trust.

    Public support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York City Administration for Children's Services,  and New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.


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