The Tarrytown Music Hall believes the arts should be accessible to all regardless of financial limitations. Please consider lending support towards the following scholarships and educational programs, and help enable students experience the gift and magic of the performing arts.
Private Music Lesson Program: The Music Hall connects talented Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow 5th-12th graders who are in need with professional performing artists and teachers of the Mozartina Conservatory, enabling them to take free private instrumental music lessons.
Free Theatre Residency Program: The Music Hall provides free theater residencies to Tarrytown’s Washington Irving School and its 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students twice a year.
Theatre Workshops Program: The Music Hall offers theater workshops for 3rd-8th graders at the Music Hall two or more times a year with a “Pay What You Can” policy so that children may participate regardless of financial limitations.
Theatre Camp Program: The Music Hall offers 2-week long camps during the summer, ages vary.
Specialty Workshops: The Music Hall offers various workshops like Circus Arts, Folklore Urbano NYC and more, ages vary.
Theatre Mainstage Program: The Music Hall presents theater Mainstage productions for 6th -12th graders by audition twice a year.
School Show Bus Program: The Music Hall welcomes thousands of Pre-K to 12th graders for morning school shows every year - transportation costs can be challenging for schools.
Sleepy Hollow High School Performing Arts Award Fund: The Music Hall donates $4000 to talented performing arts seniors ($1000 each) every year.
Tiks for Tots Program: The Music Hall donates hundreds of family show tickets to organizations in need.
The Music Hall Academy’s programs and scholarship funds are supported, in part, by:
The Educational Foundation of America
The Kids Club of the Tarrytowns
The Tammy & Keith Anderson Foundation
The Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow Farmer’s Market (TASH)
The Westchester Community Foundation