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The Atlanta Music Project (AMP) announces “Music of the African Diaspora,” a month-long concert series featuring AMP’s youth music ensembles showcasing the music of the African diaspora. AMP is committed to celebrating the vast contributions to music by Africans and African Diaspora around the world, bringing together tradition and history with its modern-day influence and cultural relevance.
World-renowned cellist Johannes Moser joins the Atlanta Music Project’s The Next Movement podcast to talk about life as a traveling solo artist (before, during and after COVID-19), discuss how working with a mental coach helped him prepare for […]
In episode one of The Next Movement podcast, Anthony McGill, Principal Clarinet of the New York Philharmonic, and his brother Demarre McGill, Principal Flute of the Seattle Symphony, join host Dantes Rameau in a wide-ranging […]
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 […]
Atlanta Music Project Announces Month-Long Concert Series Showcasing the Music of the African DiasporaAMP Admin2020-01-22T18:38:22-05:00
Media Inquiries: Dantes Rameau Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer | 203-887-5108 | email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Atlanta, GA) (January 22, 2020) — The Atlanta Music Project (AMP) announces a month-long concert series showcasing the music […]
The Atlanta Music Project is about to launch its celebratory tenth season! We are now based at our new headquarters space, the AMP Center for Performance & Education, and we have a spectacular year ahead of us. […]
A few weeks ago CNN’s HLN was in the AMP house! “Weekend Express” anchor Susan Hendricks and producer Tamisha Harris toured the new AMP Center for Performance & Education and spoke with our young musicians about their experience with […]