Updated: Nov 12
Support from our individual donors, corporations, and foundations during our 2018-19 season impacted the lives of so many students and families within the Boston community. At the Boston Music Project, no child or family is ever turned away because of financial limitations. 56% of all program costs per child are subsidized by the organization and 46% of our students receive financial assistance. This support truly helped to create an unforgettable year for all of us at the Boston Music Project. Thank you for continuing to provide opportunities for our young people to experience the joy and power of music!
242 young lives positively impacted through music every day of the school year.
21 incredible teaching artists bringing their passion and dedication every morning.
36 community performances and events throughout the city of Boston, including Mayor Martin Walsh's State of the City Address at Symphony Hall, MA State House, Tufts Floating Hospital for Children, Emerson Radio, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Boston Public Library.
900 intern and fellowship hours provided to 7 collegiate musicians from 3 Boston-based institutions across the entire year.
180 hours of music education for over 50 special needs students with the Josiah Quincy Elementary School across the entire year.
20 special guests and volunteers coaching, mentoring, and collaborating with BMP youth musicians.
2 local and national awards: An Official Resolution from the City of Boston and 1 of 98 programs recognized nationally by the NAMM Foundation for 'Best Community for Music Education'.
260 hours of music-making, risk-taking, and successful performances and mentorship opportunities for each child throughout the school year.