New Research on Music in Juvenile Justice

In 2012, the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall commissioned WolfBrown to research and write an essay exploring the potential of music and musicians to make a difference in the lives of young people in the juvenile justice system.

The result, “May the Songs I Have Written Speak for Me,” brings together research on the effects of music on young people with emerging understandings of the best practices and key choices in designing programs.

This report, one of a number of interesting papers from WolfBrown (we also like the Music and Health Care paper), is now available.

Click here for more information and to download the report