Music Workshop creates and provides free of charge, high quality, relevant and culturally responsive music history & appreciation lessons on a wide variety of musical subjects, giving students broad and comprehensive exposure to the world of music.

Our Impact

Students we are Educating,
Inspiring and Motivating

Schools Teaching
Our Program

US States Teaching
Music Workshop

Countries Music Workshop
Is Taught In

Our Impact

Students we are Educating,
Inspiring and Motivating

Schools Teaching
Our Program

US States Teaching
Music Workshop

Countries Music Workshop
Is Taught In

About Our Program

  • Music Workshop’s programming is free of charge to all schools
  • All materials are delivered via an online portal, providing easy access for teachers and flexibility in preparing lessons
  • Courses/lessons are prepped and ready to go in your own online account
  • Downloadable videos with supporting materials are included with each course
  • Course materials are segmented by grade levels: K-2, 3-5, 6-8
  • We are currently offering 23 courses educating students in music history & appreciation of musical genres, instruments, careers in music and music from cultures around the world
  • Each course is approximately 50 minutes long (including teacher-led Q&A) broken into four segments to allow for teacher flexibility
  • Each course is a combination of a video, teacher-led question & answer sessions, an active listening exercise and a movement activity

Our Program is Unique

  • We intentionally expose students to a broad spectrum of music so they are empowered to choose their own musical paths
  • Music Workshop’s Culture Series is especially unique within grades K-8. The series creates and presents music education that informs students about music and musical traditions from cultures and heritages around the world, providing students a connection to the global world they live in
  • Music Workshop is designed and intended for use in the classroom, yet flexible enough to be used for distance learning or home schooling
  • Courses integrate music education with reading, physical activity, active listening and critical thinking
  • Each course uniquely weaves in multiple educational disciplines and aligns with national education standards
  • All Music Workshop courses are accessible to any educator, regardless of their location, means or musical expertise
  • Music Workshop strives to inspire students to appreciate the arts, motivate them to play an instrument and educate them on incorporating music to enrich their lives
  • Music Workshop is offered FREE of charge to all K-8 schools, students and their families

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Our Courses

Currently, Music Workshop offers 23 courses on a variety of musical subjects. Each course is approximately 50 minutes long but is flexible to accommodate all school schedules. Segmented by grade levels, our programming makes music education accessible, inclusive and engaging, with the ultimate goal of educating and inspiring students through music to discover their musical path.

Instruments

  • Piano
  • Guitar
  • Voice
  • Instruments of the World
  • Percussion
  • Strings
  • Brass
  • Woodwinds

Genres

  • Jazz
  • Birth of Rock & Roll
  • Evolution of Rock & Roll
  • Rhythm & Blues
  • Country
  • Pop
  • Classical
  • Musicals

Cultures

  • Popular Music from Africa: Part One – North and East, Southern
  • Popular Music from Africa: Part Two – Central and West
  • Traditional Music from Africa: Part One – North and East
  • Traditional Music from Africa: Part Two – Southern, Central and West
  • Latin American Music – Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America
  • Latin American Music Part 2 – South America
  • Native American Traditional Music

Careers in Music

  • Careers in Music: Part One
  • Careers in Music: Part Two