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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.....
The Atlanta Music Project just announced a Request for Partnership for AMPlify, its choral music program. In line with AMP’s 2014-2017 Strategic Plan, AMPlify will launch a flagship site in the fall of 2015 and is searching for a school community with whom to partner to host the site. Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Dantes Rameau 203-887-5108 email@example.com The Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan to host Atlanta Music Project Orchestra’s 2014 Spring Concert W Atlanta – Midtown Hosts Budding Young Musicians for Third Time ATLANTA (April 22, 2014) – Lauren … Continue reading
The Atlanta Music Project is proud to announce its 2013 Spring Concert Season. The five concert season features students from all four of AMP’s sites and programs. Concert highlights include performances at Piedmont Park and the W Atlanta Midtown. Our … Continue reading
The Atlanta Music Project proudly announces the 2013 AMP Academy Masterclasses, featuring prominent guests artists from around the country. These 2013 AMP Academy Masterclasses are made possible with the support of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. The AMP Academy launched … Continue reading
Intensive, after-school choir program will serve 50 children and put on public concerts The Atlanta Music Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides intense music education for underserved youth right in their neighborhood, has partnered with Ivy Preparatory Academy at Kirkwood … Continue reading
The room at Coan Middle School seems to expand and shiver with the booming sound, as Asia Latimore moves the bow across the strings of her bass violin. “Now what went wrong there?” asks her teacher, Katie Algarra. “You had … Continue reading
Just south of downtown Atlanta lies the neighborhood known as Mechanicsville. Established as a mostly working-class neighborhood in the late 19th century, it has fallen on harder times. A 2009 report on City-Data.com said that it had a 60 percent poverty rate … Continue reading
Fox 5 Atlanta features AMPlify Fundraiser. With tight local school budgets, music education programs keep getting cut. But one after school program has been filling the gap by providing two hours of intense music lessons every day for kids in … Continue reading