The Lullaby Project – conceived by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute – uses the creative process of songwriting to improve well-being and child bonds with new parents experiencing housing insecurity and other challenging life situations. Together with musicians from the Oregon Symphony and local singer-songwriters, parents and parents-to-be are creating personal lullabies for their children, expressing their hopes and dreams for the future.
Although we were not able to join together in person for the Lullaby Project Celebration Concert this April, the music created by this year’s parents and musicians is now available below for all to enjoy.
In 2018, this collaboration began as part of the Sounds of Home community initiative, and is staged in close partnership with Portland Homeless Family Solutions (PHFS), a nonprofit organization that empowers homeless families with children to get back into stable, long-term housing. This is the beginning of a program we plan on developing and growing over the years.
For more information, contact Monica Hayes, Hank Swigert director, learning and community engagement programs.