AMP receives tax-exempt status from IRS

All contributions to the American Music Project are now tax-deductible! AMP has received its 501(c)(3) exemption from the IRS and all donations, gifts or bequests given to the American Music Project are now 100% tax deductible.

There is no better time to make that contribution to help support AMP’s 2015-16 season. For more information, email ljohnson@americanmusicproject.net.

Tickets now on sale for AMP concert in New York!

JACK Kraftwerk [by Henrik Olund]

Come to the first New York concert of the American Music Project 8 p.m. November 20 at Roulette! The JACK Quartet will be joined by Anthony McGill, principal clarinet of the New York Philharmonic, for the world premiere of Geoffrey Gordon’s Clarinet Quintet.

The program will also feature John Luther Adams’ haunting The Wind in High Places as well as two contrasted homegrown works of the 20th century: John Cage’s early Quartet in Four Parts and Earle Brown’s envelope-pushing String Quartet of 1965.

Tickets are $20 and $15 for students with valid ID. Click here to purchase.

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