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17 March 2015By:Aisha Bowden
The AMPlify Choir performs live at the Rialto Center for the Arts to kick off the world premiere of “IMBA MEANS SING” on March 24. Get your tickets HERE! Be a part...
21 December 2014By:AMP
Thank you to all those who purchased tickets to the Atlanta Music Project Year 5 Raffle! And the lucky winners are… Here is the video of the raffle...
31 October 2014By:AMP
In honor of their late son Nick Wadley, Steve and Jill Wadley launched the Annual Nicholas Evan Wadley Charity Golf Invitational in 2013, hosted by Click Media, Inc.....
Yesterday I had the wonderful opportunity to celebrate Black History Month with the Atlanta Music Project String Orchestra. For the second year in a row, AMP was invited to perform at the Atlanta History Center located in Buckhead. Last year … Continue reading
This week has been a terrific week for corporate support of the Atlanta Music Project. I think the buzz word for this stuff these days is Corporate Social Responsibility. Whatever the term, it feels great that AMP is becoming intertwined … Continue reading
On April 5, 2014 the Atlanta Music Project South Bend Wind Ensemble had the honor of performing for the opening day of The Kinsey Collection at the Atlanta History Center (where a scene from the Hunger Games was shot!). Our … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that I will be returning to McGill University, my alma mater, in May to accept the James G. Wright Award! Awarded by the McGill Alumni Association, the James G. Wright award “honours young McGill graduates who … Continue reading
From AMP’s recent holiday concert, the AMP Gilbert House String Orchestra performs an arrangement of the Finale from Tchaikvosky’s String Serenade, conducted by yours truly. Click here to support one of these fabulous young artists through our 2013-2014 Sponsor-A-Musician campaign. Thankfully, Dantes
AMP Student-Teaching Artist Corner Makeda Freer, Trombone Student Age: 12 Joined AMP: 2010 Instrument: viola for two years, now trombone since September 2013 Why the trombone: Unique instrument, easy to hold because I’m tall! Making a sound came easy to me. How it’s been … Continue reading
A graduate school colleague once explained to me how she cherished every step of the journey to a concert even more than the concert itself. She enjoyed the process of slowly but steadily learning the notes. Her curiosity was peaked … Continue reading
GUEST BLOGGER: Jessica Sherer, Lead & Flute Teaching Artist, Atlanta Music Project A couple of months ago, I was given the distinct honor of speaking about my experience with the Atlanta Music Project and directing some of the students in … Continue reading