ANNOUNCING THE AMP ACADEMY RARE INSTRUMENT PROGRAM

The Atlanta Music Project is pleased to announce the AMP Academy Rare Instrument Program, available to young music enthusiasts interested in learning and performing with AMP.

This extraordinary program offers tuition-free, virtual private lessons for youth in Metropolitan Atlanta. In alignment with AMP’s mission to empower underserved youth to realize their possibilities through music, this 1-on-1 instruction is available to any student, regardless of their prior experience. 

Students admitted to the AMP Academy Rare Instrument Program will receive weekly virtual lessons with an AMP teaching artist, perform solo recitals and even participate in masterclasses with renowned artists. 

Most important, this intensive music instruction will prepare even novice students to successfully audition for AMP’s most advanced ensembles, the AMP Youth Orchestras and Choirs. 

Spots in the AMP Academy Rare Instrument Program are limited to the instruments below. If you know of a young student interested in studying privately and one day performing with AMP ensembles, this is the perfect opportunity for them!

AMP ACADEMY RARE INSTRUMENT PROGRAM 
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Students interested in one of the following instruments may apply:
Orchestral: oboe, bassoon, tuba, viola, percussion, French horn
Vocal: tenor, baritone, bass

In addition, a student is eligible to apply for the AMP Academy Rare Instrument Program if they fit this criteria:
 – 3rd grade and  above (Orchestral instruments)
– 8th grade and above (Voice only)  

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
 To apply, please complete the AMP ACADEMY APPLICATION.  Students who are admitted into the program will be required to attend a family interview at a later date. 


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