News and Resources
News & Resources
Through June 30, Ensemble Connect is curating personalized musical messages that you can send to a partner, friend, or family member through Carnegie Hall’s website, with all proceeds donated to Stand Up To Cancer.
Google Arts and Culture, a free educational platform partnering with cultural institutions around the world, has published Mali Magic, a digital exhibition of Mali’s rich cultural and musical heritage and the efforts to preserve it.
Do you know of a concert hall or organization in Europe that would be excited to host a concert by young Ukrainian refugee musicians and their young Slovenian comrades?
The fourth week of May is International Arts Education Week!
UNESCO and ACP-EU have announced a new grant program: Creative Caribbean – An Ecosystem of “Play” for Growth and Development.
The international organization On the Move will host its 2022 Cultural Mobility Forum on May 25 (9:00-17:00 EEST) with the theme of Digital Mobility.
In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we want to share some educational resources for your classroom or community group.
Here’s an opportunity to introduce your students or ensemble to African classical music: Rebeca Omordia, an award-winning Nigerian-Romanian pianist, has curated this original playlist of classical piano music by African composers for the BBC’s Classical Music.
Your students’ music education doesn’t have to end with the school year. Carnegie Hall’s Resources for Young Musicians offers young people the chance to freely explore their creativity and musicianship over the summer.
An inventive initiative at a Northern Californian music program is connecting young musicians of Central and South American descent with their family heritages.