Educator Links by Discipline:


Carnegie Hall

This spring Carnegie Hall presents Honor! A Celebration of the African American Cultural Legacy, curated by renowned soprano Jessye Norman. In support of this major initiative, Carnegie Hall has created a new website that charts the many paths of African-American musical history. Visitors to the site will be able to trace the development of African-American music from sacred traditions to Spirituals, blues to gospel, jazz to rhythm and blues, and all the way through rock 'n' roll and hip-hop. At each stop of this musical journey, photos and historical information are partnered with streaming audio, bringing this comprehensive timeline to life.

This online resource is available for free to the public, and will provide an invaluable tool for teachers and students around the world.

International Society for Music Education

The International Society for Music Education is a British organization that seeks to advance music education throughout the world. The site offers information on membership, conferences and events, publications and links to related sites.

Jazz Review

This site offers an excellent set of resources about jazz, including discussion areas, expert reviews and more.

Kentucky Music Educators Association

Learn about the major eras of classical music and the lives of classical composers. You can hear RealAudio clips of musical pieces and look up definitions of musical terms in a glossary.

Music Education Online

Music Education Online is a K-12 Guide to Music Education designed to aid music educators in connecting with a variety of music education resources located on the Internet as well as providing interactive bulletin boards for posting questions and comments on music.

Music Educators National Conference

The Music Educators National Conference provides extensive information on the organization and a good list of links for music educators.

Music Teachers National Association

The Music Teachers National Association is committed to furthering the art of music through programs that encourage and support teaching, performance, composition and scholarly research.


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