Learn with Carnegie Hall is drawn from programs spearheaded by the Hall’s Weill Music Institute and Ensemble Connect, this weekly spinoff of Live with Carnegie Hall showcases the power of music to enrich, inspire, and connect.
Learn with Carnegie Hall highlights engaging programs for families and educators to share with children of all ages, invites aspiring musicians to gain insights from the world’s leading artists.
It literally pulls back the curtain on the powerful and restorative role music can play in all of our lives.
There’s a different experience each Wednesday at 2pm.
American Museum of Natural History
June 24 –
- Music can be a tool of hope and healing, providing a way to process and respond to even the most challenging times. For the past 11 years, an incredible musical community within Sing Sing Correctional Facility has been supported by Carnegie Hall
- Join alumni of Carnegie Hall’s three acclaimed national youth ensembles—the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO-USA), NYO2, and NYO Jazz—as they help the incoming class kick off its online summer program.
- Greek Folk, Malian Traditional, and Indian Classical
- Join New York City–based artists as they introduce children (ages 4–8) to music from around the world. Magda shares the songs and dances of Greek folk music, Yacouba introduces traditional Malian music and instruments, and Falu explores .
During the free live streams, episodes can be viewed on Learn With Carnegie Hall webpage, whee previous episodes are available on demand.