Event: Dennie Palmer Wolf Will Lead a Discussion at the Lullaby Project International Convening at Carnegie Hall

The Lullaby Project invites new and expecting parents to create, sing, and share a personal lullaby for their babies with the help of artists working in communities across the country. Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute invites new and prospective Lullaby Project partners and other interested organizations, artists, and colleagues to join us for our International Convening on Thursday, January 13 and Friday, January 14 in the Resnick Education Wing at Carnegie Hall and online via Zoom.

A mother and child with musician during a Lullaby Project session.
A mother and child with musician during a Lullaby Project session.

This year, Carnegie Hall celebrates the Lullaby Project’s 10th Anniversary! During this Convening, participants will discuss ways to establish meaningful projects in our communities, explore artistic tips and strategies for collaborative songwriting, navigate the core building blocks of the program, and create space for open dialogue to learn from each other.”

Dr. Dennie Palmer Wolf will be leading a session on Friday, January 14th at 1pm EST. Her discussion is titled “Assessing Impact: Why Lullaby Matters.”

Registration is free over Zoom. Sign up here to secure your spot.