Project Amplify for K-12 Music Education
About Project Amplify
Project Amplify provides transformational programming that nurtures creativity, honors students’ backgrounds, and provides tools and resources to support K-12 education at no cost to schools or music educators.
Two new initiatives at MacPhail, the Global Music Initiative (GMI) and the Electronic Music Recording Arts (EMRA) program, provide essential resources for artists from diverse cultural backgrounds along with new and innovative teaching tools to support Project Amplify efforts.
Bring Project Amplify into your classroom: schedule an artist-in-residence, meet with an EMRA faculty to learn more about teaching electronic music, access our library of resources, and visit us at the Minnesota Music Educators Association Mid-Winter Conference.
GMI Artists in Residence
The Global Music Initiative (GMI) Artists in Residence Program offers multiple yearlong residencies at MacPhail Center for Music to foster cultural change in our communities through passion and creativity in music. Many of this year’s GMI artists in residence are focusing their efforts on Minnesota K-12 schools.