Throughout the summer, we’ll highlight interactive programs for families and educators to share with children of all ages, invite aspiring musicians to gain insights from the world’s leading artists, and pull back the curtain on the powerful role music can play in all of our lives.
Watch here on Facebook Live, on Instagram Stories, or at carnegiehall.org/learn.
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, and pulls back the curtain on the powerful role music can play in all of our lives. During the free live streams, episodes can be viewed on this webpage, as well as on the Hall’s Facebook and Instagram pages.
🔴Beethoven Master Classes: Wednesday, June 3 at 2 PM EDT
In honor of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, watch as young musicians learn some of the finer points of the composer’s instrumental repertoire. Horn player Sarah Willis of the Berliner Philharmoniker hosts an afternoon of master classes, led by members of the orchestra and pianist Jonathan Biss, that focus on passages from Beethoven’s symphonies and piano sonatas.
🔴Lullaby Celebration Concert: Friday, June 12 at 2 PM EDT
Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute presents a showcase of enchanting lullabies written by parents in New York City and around the world as part of the Lullaby Project. These performances celebrate a selection of new works written this year, as well as the stories behind the songs and the community of artists, songwriters, and partners who worked together to create them. Join us for a program that honors what lullabies are all about: intimate moments of family life.
🔴Musical Explorers for Families: Wednesday, June 17 at 2 PM EDT
Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute presents a recent Musical Explorers concert for families. Join New York City–based artists as they introduce children (ages 4–8) to music from around the world. Brianna Thomas shares jazz, Juan and Julia Gutiérrez introduce the musical expressions of bomba and plena, and Fabiana Masili explores the Brazilian sounds of Carnival.
PAST EPISODES: Available for on-demand viewing on Facebook, IGTV, and at carnegiehall.org/learn.