ASO Approved Music Education Resources

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Below are some great resources from friends of the ASO, like the New York Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, and more. These classroom quick links are perfect for students studying Classical music and orchestral repertoire.


The Alabama Music Educators Association designed this website for music teachers everywhere to come together to help Alabama‚Äôs music students continue to learn from the safety of their own homes.

Alabama Music Educators Association


The Planets Online is a fun way to learn about the planets, science, music and much more while listening to a performance of Gustav Holst's beloved work performed by the Auburn Symphony Orchestra. Comments and related links will appear as the music plays.

The Planets Online


Tone Savvy is offering free subscriptions to schools and educators who are having to move to e-learning during the coronavirus pandemic- this software includes Music Theory and Ear Training Lessons.

Tone Savvy


This is a great resource for teachers to use with their students for remote learning or even parents who want to add a bit of music education into their home routine during these next few weeks! This toolbox is filled with plans appropriate for kids of all ages K-12.

Carnegie Hall Music Toolbox


Brought to you by Cincinnati Public Radio, this resource has fun games, online learning possibilities and lost of classical music listening for your budding musician or young friends of music.

Classics for Kids


An interactive website for kids to explore the world of Classical Music and beyond. This even includes an "instrument lab" where you can make and design your own instruments!

NY Philharmonic Kidzone

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