The Atlanta Music Project has launched a podcast! Hosted by Dantes Rameau, our Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, and recorded at the AMP Center for Performance & Education, The Next Movement podcast features in-depth video interviews with today’s artistic luminaries.
Join us to learn more about the journeys, perceptions and missions of orchestral musicians Anthony McGill (New York Philharmonic) and Demarre McGill, (Seattle Symphony) Atlanta-based artist Fabian Williams (aka Occasional Superstar), and Chicago Children’s Choir President & Artistic Director Josephine Lee. We also sit down with acclaimed, international German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser, and spend time with Robert Blocker, the long-time Dean of the Yale School of Music.
In these conversations we discuss the issues of the day, from COVID-19 to childhood upbringings, and structural racism to music education. In addition each episode features a special question and answer session with young musicians and faculty of the Atlanta Music Project.
We also couldn’t be happier to share that the theme music for The Next Movement podcast was written by AMP Class of 2020 alumnus, Corey Jones Jr. aka Kemist in The Lab. The Next Movement podcast is produced by Durand Bailey, AMP’s Director of Operations, and each episode is edited by talented, young African-American editors from around the United States.
We are so thankful to our podcast guests for taking the time to join us for substantive conversations. You won’t want to miss a minute! Full episodes will be released soon and will be available on AMP’s YouTube channel, Facebook page and wherever you enjoy listening to your favorite podcasts.