Musician Yacouba from Carnegie Hall teaches the lyrics and melody of the song “Wawanko,” which is a song about lasting friendship. Sing and move along!
Listen to the dhol, and sing and dance along to a garba song with Carnegie Hall.
Carnegie Hall’s Starr Busby introduces the history of freedom songs. Learn the chorus and steps to the song “Freedom Highway,” and then sing and dance along!
Enjoy this interactive musical call and response activity with Yakir Ben-Hur and his drum Jasmine from the National Dance Institute. Together we will create beautiful rhythmic sounds!
Sing along with Juan, Julia, and Alex from Carnegie Hall and learn “Ola de la Mar,” a song about finding peace in the sea. Also, explore the seguidor, segundo, and guacharo instruments.
Join Mr. Hines as he makes instruments out of recycled material! Drum on old jars and cans, strum on rubber bands, and make an oboe out of a straw. Experiment and find out how to make different noises and pitches.
Learn how to make an instrument out of a string and other supplies around your house, and gain a deeper understanding of pitch and tone. Damian Quiñones from Lincoln Center shows us how he makes music around his house. Just strum and enjoy!
Make drumsticks out of nature to “play” your environment. Mr. Hines from New York Philharmonic makes drumsticks from old trees and rocks, creating different sounds all around him! What music will you make?
Learn to make simple musical instruments with craft items that can be found at home with this video from Camp TV!
Join Columbian artists Jonathan and Gregorio in this Camp TV video from Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers to learn about traditional Columbian music and instruments. After learning how to roll your r’s, sing and dance along to the song, “El Pescador.”