Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project pairs new parents with professional artists to write personal lullabies for their babies, supporting maternal health, aiding child development, and strengthening the bond between parent and child. In New York City this year, the project will reach more than 250 families through different city agencies and community sites, including healthcare settings, homeless shelters, high schools, and correctional facilities. Carnegie Hall also provides free resources and materials throughout the season to partners to inspire musical learning in their communities. Extending across the country and through several international programs, the Lullaby Project enables more than 40 national and international partner organizations to support families in their own communities, including work with partners in Europe, South America, Asia, and Oceania. Celebrating its 10 year anniversary, the Lullaby Project first took place at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx in December 2011, and since then more than 2,500 families have written original songs for their children, many of which are available for listening and sharing at soundcloud.com/CarnegieHallLullaby.