Young People’s Concerts for Schools empower teachers to enrich student engagement through a guided — but flexible — curriculum to support preparing their students for a live orchestral concert, which features a stimulating and interactive format and the thrilling sound of the New York Philharmonic.



2022–23: Our Community, Our Earth

A continued celebration of the Earth with our community partner, El Puente — Leaders for Peace and Justice. Whether in the concert hall or in the community, see how we can use art and music to stand up for environmental justice. Featuring a newly commissioned work by composer Angélica Negrón.

For grades 3–12

January 25–27, 2023

Program Details


Tickets: $10 per student
(If your school has any financial challenges that would impact your attendance, the Philharmonic may be able to help.)

Concerts last 60 minutes and take place at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center.

Two-hour Teachers’ Workshop for all grade levels: date to be confirmed.

Concert schedule and program are subject to change pending updates to our health and safety guidelines.

Our Sponsors

Lead support for Young People’s Concerts for Schools is provided by the Mary and James G. Wallach Foundation.

Additional major support is provided by Evalyn E. and Stephen E. Milman and The Carson Family Charitable Trust.

This program is also supported, in part, by Sally E. Cummins and the Mary P. Oenslager Student Concert Endowment Fund.