The American Music Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and underwriting performances of American classical music of the past as well as selectively commissioning new works from American composers.

Please consider ending 2015 with a tax-deductible AMP gift


It’s been a big year for the American Music Project with its first concert in New York earning a rave review from The New York Times last month, and the first AMP funding grants supporting a wide-ranging variety of American classical music performances across the country.

Now that the American Music Project is an official IRS-approved public charity, please consider making a generous donation before the end of 2015. All money donated is 100% tax deductible and will help to fund events such as last month’s JACK Quartet concert in New York as well as its repeat performance in Chicago at Ganz Hall on March 6, 2016.

The American Music Project is a small and very tight ship with zero compensation or salary paid to staff and directors. Every penny goes to supporting American classical music through commissions, performances fees and grants to underwrite performances.

For more information, email [email protected].