Welcome to Music History Hall
Music History Education
Music History Hall
Music History Hall Foundation is dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the history of American music. Our projects include curated music and cultural events,
interviews with musicians, culture bearers, authors, professors, and historians -- and projects ranging from podcasts to books to art exhibits to curriculum.
"The work of Music History Hall Foundation is incredible. What you are doing is so valuable. Students' knowledge is expanding."
Musical Director of Preservation Hall in New Orleans
Looking for the perfect music appreciation or cultural studies course...
Our award-winning American Music History course is an engaging music appreciation and cultural studies course.
"This curriculum is absolutely amazing. It is fantastic and so important for California schools."
Professor and Department Chair at University of California, Davis
Who our courses are designed for...
Students in grades 7-12 who are interested in learning the history of American music.
Music History Hall partners with public school districts, private schools, homeschoolers, and is an Approved Vendor at the following public charter schools:
Sage Oak - Compass - Epic - Sky Mountain - Ocean Grove - South Sutter - Granite Mountain - BEST Academy - EXCEL Academy
Why Music History Hall...
Music History Hall develops content-rich courses that keep students connected and engaged as they develop an understanding of American music and cultural history. Aligned with UC A-G California State Standards for visual and performing arts and the ethnic studies model curriculum, our rigorous American Music History course examines the timeline of American history through multiple perspectives as students build content knowledge through the study of American music and cultural history.