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Welcome to Lullaby Project Pittsburgh

Fostering Love and Connection Through Collaborative Songwriting

Who We Are

The Lullaby Project, a project of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, pairs new and expecting parents and caregivers with professional artists to write and sing personal lullabies for their babies, supporting maternal health, aiding childhood development, and strengthening the bond between parent and child. 

Lullaby Project Pittsburgh was initiated by flutist Claire Gunsbury and a team of fellow graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University. In our very first year we’re excited to be carrying Carnegie Hall’s mission to our Pittsburgh community and partnering with some amazing community organizations.

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Project Update

March 2023 

Our spring session dates are in full swing! We currently have a waitlist for our future sessions. Visit the Songwriting Sessions page to learn more, or contact us to let us know if you'd like to join us as a parent or musician. 

"We learned about the healing power of music and got to experience it firsthand through this project... They gave me the confidence to sing." 

- Fall 2022 Participant

Want to support the work we do with new and expecting parents in the Pittsburgh area?


What''s New

Songwriting Sessions

Where the Magic Happens


Songwriting sessions are a fun way to interact with other expecting and new parents through music. We start with a group song or activity and then break out to work on individual lullabies. 


Lullaby Project Pittsburgh is proud to provide all services to participants at no-cost. Please consider donating today to help bring music and lullabies to families in the Pittsburgh area!

To make a contribution to the Lullaby Project, click on ‘Choose an AHN Designation’ and scroll down to the "Perinatal Trauma-Informed Care Fund".

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