At the Harmony Program, music changes lives every day.

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About the Harmony Program

The Harmony Program helps New York City children develop healthy habits and life skills through collective music-making, preparing them for long-term success.

Harmony Program Annual Report 2023

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The Harmony Program provides students with continuous opportunities to advance from enthusiastic beginners to dedicated performers.

Community-Based Instruction

The Harmony Program’s community-based instructional programs introduce students in grades K-8 to the joys of playing, practicing, and performing.


The Harmony Program understands the social value of music-making and invites students in grades 3-12 to play together and learn from one another.

Scholarship Opportunities

The Harmony Program supports the ongoing advancement of its students with audition preparation and tuition assistance for selective opportunities.

Support Us

We are a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization that operates on generous support from individuals, companies, foundations, and government agencies. Help us enrich the lives of children and families through expanded access to music education.

Student Stories


Tamika began cello with the Harmony Program as a second grader at PS 152 in Flatbush, Brooklyn. She has studied with musicians of the New York Philharmonic, performed with Joshua Bell, and attended the Mark O’Connor Method String Camp.

She later interned with the Harmony Program’s summer camp and managed her high school’s pit orchestra. She says learning music “helped [her] to be confident” and through it she “learned how to communicate better with other people.”

Tamika graduated in 2023 from Baruch College, where she studied marketing while interning with Pandora, Sirius XM, and the Warner Music Group.

She has remained connected to the Harmony Program, and in 2022 was a featured speaker at the annual gala. Today she works in publicity at Def Jam Recordings.