• The Weill Music Institute harnesses the transformative power of music by offering concerts, workshops, and longer-term projects that inspire creativity as well as encourage lifelong learning and artistic growth. These programs serve the public in all five boroughs, as well as people involved in the homeless, foster care, health care, juvenile justice, and adult corrections systems.

  • Somewhere Project Belmont Concert (Jennifer Taylor)
    • Neighborhood Concerts

      Free concerts in all five boroughs of New York City
    • Musical Connections

      Community-based projects reaching people in the healthcare and correctional systems
    • NeON Arts

      A city-wide initiative with the NYC Department of Probation
    • Lullaby Project

      New and expectant mothers write lullabies for their babies
  • IDNYC Membership
    IDNYC Membership
    Sign up for a one-year Carnegie Hall Friends membership as part of the IDNYC program
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