A Lullaby Playlist
“Each of these songs is a lovely gem, capturing something sweet, funny, poignant, mysterious, tender, or true about what it is like to be a child going to sleep, watched over by someone who loves you.” —Emily Eagen
Enjoy this playlist of classic lullabies and original songs created by families as part of the Weill Music Institute’s Lullaby Project, which pairs new and expecting parents with professional artists to write and sing personal lullabies for their babies. Enrollment is currently open through March 21 for the next Lullaby Project session!
Watch on Demand
Ensemble Connect Up Close
What Does it Mean to Be Moved?
Explore music’s power to physically and emotionally move us in this immersive online performance from Ensemble Connect, contemporary dance artist Wendell Gray II, and director Isabella LoRusso. With works by Boulanger, Boulogne, Paquito D’Rivera, Hindemith, Koechlin, Komitas, and Villa-Lobos, this visually stunning program is available in full on our website, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.
Gifts for Aspiring Musicians
Find the perfect gift for the aspiring musician in your life, from apparel to commemorate a past performance or as inspiration to “Practice, Practice, Practice” for a future debut. We also have journals, tote bags and backpacks, books of all types, and so much more. Now through March 22, enjoy 15% off all items in our “Gifts for Aspiring Musicians” collection. To redeem when shopping in our online store, use promo code AAGMARCH16at checkout.
Imagination with Onome
This Saturday, Onome leads a sing-along where kids’ imaginations can soar in the next mini-episode of Sing with Carnegie Hall, a new series for kids ages 2–5! Mini-episodes premiere each Saturday at 10 AM (Eastern) on Carnegie Hall’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. After each premiere, episodes are available on our websitefor on-demand viewing.
Presented as part of Learn with Carnegie Hall.
Support for Learn with Carnegie Hall is provided by Hope and Robert F. Smith, and the Siegel Family Endowment.
Lead funding is provided by The ELMA Music Foundation (U.S.) and an anonymous donor through support for the Lullaby Project and Early Childhood Programs.
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Lead support is provided by Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari, The ELMA Music Foundation (U.S.), William Penn Foundation, and an anonymous donor.
Major funding is provided by Ameriprise Financial, MetLife Foundation, and Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).
Additional support has been provided by JMCMRJ Sorrell Foundation and Mary Anne Huntsman Morgan and The Huntsman Foundation.
Public support has been provided by the NYC Health+Hospitals Arts in Medicine Department, with support from the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, and the Department of Correction in partnership with the Office of the Manhattan Borough President.
The Weill Music Institute’s programs are made available to a nationwide audience, in part, by an endowment grant from the Citi Foundation.
Ensemble Connect is a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute in partnership with the New York City Department of Education.
Lead funding has been provided by Marina Kellen French and the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, Max H. Gluck Foundation, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, Irving Harris Foundation, Hearst Foundations, The Kovner Foundation, Phyllis and Charles Rosenthal, The Edmond de Rothschild Foundations, Beatrice Santo Domingo, and Hope and Robert F. Smith.
Global Ambassadors: Hope and Robert F. Smith, and Maggie and Richard Tsai.
Additional support has been provided by the Arnow Family Fund, The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, E.H.A. Foundation, Barbara G. Fleischman, Leslie and Tom Maheras, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation, Sarah Billinghurst Solomon and Howard Solomon, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and Joyce and George Wein Foundation, Inc.
Public support is provided by the New York City Department of Education and the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Ensemble Connect is also supported, in part, by endowment grants from The Kovner Foundation.