Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute (WMI) produces an extraordinary range of music education and social impact programs each season that extend far outside the physical walls of our concert halls. These programs will reach over half a million people in New York City, across the US, and around the globe during the 2018–2019 season.
Future Music Project gives young musicians ages 14–19 from across New York City the opportunity to create, perform, and produce their own original music.
The Lullaby Project pairs pregnant women and new mothers and fathers with professional artists to write and sing personal lullabies for their babies.
NYO-USA brings together the country's brightest young players ages 16–19.
Great teachers artfully manage a balancing act between modeling the building blocks of the artistic process while inspiring young musicians to be creative.
Ensemble Connect is a two-year fellowship program for the finest young professional classical musicians in the United States.
A citywide creative learning project, A Time Like This: Music for Change encourages young people and community members to share their stories and write new songs inspired by the 1960s and rooted in the issues and challenges of today.