As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live our lives. The Atlanta Music Project is no exception, with our HQ building closed, classes suspended, and concerts canceled. That said, we believe deeply that music and art are needed now more than ever. Our mission to empower underserved youth to realize their possibilities through music must continue!

Today, with the generous support of The Chestnut Family Foundation, the Atlanta Music Project is pleased to announce the launch of Atlanta Music Project Online, an online learning series to keep our young musicians, teaching artists and families connected through the power of music. And here’s our favorite part: the entire series will be available to all, free of charge. 

Atlanta Music Project Online Learning Series


Music masterclasses led by AMP’s teaching artist faculty and esteemed guests. Topics will consist of a variety of music education concepts for string, woodwind, brass, percussion, and vocal students from beginner to college-bound students. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 4:00 PM and 5:00PM on Zoom.


Moderated by AMP’s leadership and teaching artist faculty, AMPtalks will feature panels of invited guests discussing a range of topics relevant to our new normal, including nonprofit management, fundraising, music, and community engagement, in addition to panels about life as a music parent and student. Wednesdays at 12:00PM on Zoom.  


In-depth interviews with today’s acclaimed luminaries and thought leaders, from artists to entrepreneurs, and politicians to philanthropists. Dates and times to be announced. 


Tune in to live, intimate 30-minute recitals by AMP teaching artist faculty, esteemed guest artists, and AMP’s own young musicians. Dates and times to be announced.