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Musical Explorers is a semester-long, curriculum-based program for grades K-2 that focuses on three local ensembles, each representing a musical style and cultural community. Developed in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, the program builds basic music skills as students learn songs from different cultures and reflect on their own communities.
Musical Explorers is a free program open to K-2 classroom teachers and elementary music teachers.
HOW IT WORKS
Questions? Email MusicalExplorers@O-pa.org
Sponsored by John K. and Lynne D. Boyer Family Foundation, Ike and Roz Friedman Foundation, Nebraska Arts Council, Nebraska Cultural Endowment, Richard Brooke Foundation, Presenters Circle, Rebensdorf Family Foundation, John A. and Dianne M. Scott Fund, J. William and Ruth Lind Scott Fund, and Whitmore Charitable Trust.
Get a glimpse of the fun!
Watch this recap video of the 18/19 Musical Explorers year!
“Musical explorers allows us to be creative, to explore and to enrich the lives of children. It really allows us to create those connections in the community and to let them be who they are going to be. Their creativity is endless.”
-Krista Johnson, Musical Explorers Teacher at College View Elementary