Our Education programs empower all listeners and creators to make their own connections to orchestral music. From games that introduce preschoolers to musical basics to activities that inspire elementary, middle, and high school students to compose, our resources support learning at home, at school, and even on the go.

 



The Unanswered Questions: What Is the American Sound?
Wednesday, March 6, 7:00 PM
David Rubenstein Atrium

Join panelists composers Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate and Mary Kouyoumdjian for an exploration of inspiration, appropriation, and authenticity in Western classical and popular music. Moderated by Juilliard professor / composer Trevor Weston.

Watch previous Unanswered Questions

Resources & Guides

Have fun with student-focused activities that explore a diversity of composers and topics.

Pre-school–Grade 2

For Early Learners

More to Explore

Virtual Young People’s Concerts

Educational concerts available for on-demand streaming, along with a host of interactive features to help you get even more out of the concert experience.

Curriculum Guides

Lesson plans and resources designed to complement our Young People’s Concerts, 2010–2020.



The New York Philharmonic gratefully acknowledges our Education supporters.