Dantes Rameau + The Atlanta Music Project
The award-winning Atlanta Music Project empowers underserved youth to realize their possibilities through music. It provides more than 5,000 hours of intensive, tuition-free music education each year. The idea for AMP was introduced at TEDxPeachtree 2009.
Led by Dantes Rameau, it now serves 350 students via eight programs. AMP music ensembles perform more than 40 concerts annually, and have performed alongside acclaimed artists such as the Harlem Quartet, electric violinist Lindsey Stirling and R&B singer Monica.
AMP is a 2018 winner of Emory University's Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award. It was named a top 50 after-school arts program in the nation by the White House in 2016 and 2017.