This is your chance to:
Write songs with fellow musicians from the US and South Africa
Travel to South Africa with your peers for the experience of a lifetime
Open for some of South Africa's top rock bands
Our Musical Theater Project this year offers you a unique opportunity to collaborate with artists from around the world, including Leslie Stifelman, music director and conductor for Broadway’s hit musical Chicago, and Roger Rees, Tony Award winning actor and co-director of Peter and the Starcatcher, in the creation of a brand new online musical.
The Seven Ages of Musicals works through every pivotal moment encountered when writing a show. From Shakespeare to Sondheim, each month you can choose from quintessential songs and dramatic monologues that examine those touchstone elements of a musical.
You choose! You perform! And, from your uploaded video submissions we’ll choose the best student work and weave together a theatrical piece that represents the spirit of Our Time in this exciting musical theater community of ours. And the end will remain a mystery until we write it! We will be inviting many of our famous friends and colleagues from the Broadway community to help you along the way, giving you valuable insights and unique perspective into how to create a musical.
We are taking film score submissions for Ali Gorfinkel's The Juggler from the composers in the Musical Exchange Composing Group. We will select one score to record with professional musicians in a recording studio in New York City. Here's your chance to write for the movies!
Become the very best singer you can be! Share your performances, experiences, and ideas in the Voice Studio and connect with some of the singers who are performing in recitals at Carnegie Hall this season. Claudia Friedlander, a voice teacher based in New York City, is your guide on this exploration of vocal technique, repertoire, and interpretation.
Carnegie Hall’s Voices from Latin America festival pays tribute to cultures that have fueled the world’s imagination. Explore diverse musical traditions through the perspectives of the acclaimed artists who are appearing at Carnegie Hall, including the festival’s artistic advisors: composer Osvaldo Golijov, singer-songwriter Gilberto Gil, pianist-composer Chucho Valdés, and conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Add your voice to the festival by sharing your music and joining the conversation
Explore Osvaldo Golijov’s La Pasión según San Marcos, a stunning oratorio that embraces the cultural and musical history of the Latin American people. Connect with New York City high school singers who are preparing to perform this piece at Carnegie Hall with members of the Schola Cantorum de Venezuela Choir, professional soloists, and the Orquesta la Pasión.