Resources for Parents and Educators
The Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center is the perfect destination for an entertaining and educational outing for families and school groups of all grade levels. Below are some links and activities to do before or after your visit.
This now famous scholarly research was first published in the 1990s. Coined the "Mozart Effect," the research examined the effects of classical music on brain chemistry, the cardiovascular and immune systems, and the overall health and wellness of human beings.
Sponsored by the Charles H. Dater Foundation and presented by 90.9 WGUC Cincinnati Public Radio, WGUC, Classics for Kids is a vibrant website full of resources, music, activities and more.
From the Top is America’s largest national platform celebrating young classically-trained musicians. Through NPR broadcasts and digital content, and the Learning and Media Lab Fellowship, From the Top empowers young musicians to use their music and stories to engage and inspire audiences of all ages.
Explore the interior of one of Europe's grandest opera houses. This video, shot in 4K, provides incredibly detailed views of the Palais Garnier in Paris.
Marilyn Horne performed with Lyric Opera of Chicago from 1961 until 1992. Lyric's activities for kids pages offers a variety of inspiring media to introduce kids to opera and classical performance.