Welcome back! We hope you had a great summer!



We know the summer was likely not a “normal” summer for most but we hope you found moments of joy and relaxation, nonetheless! As we come back to classes (both on-line and in-person), World Projects would like to express our wishes for continued good health and safety for our hard-working and inspiring teachers as well as their students and community.

World Projects salutes the music educators, conductors, and directors! Never has music education been more important in all of our lives (children and adults). Nothing provides the emotional release, inspiration, dedication, and discipline that making music inspires. Whether music classes/ensembles have to take place in the less than ideal virtual environment, in smaller modified in-person settings (see our exciting note on our Chamber Music Initiative), or if you are able to come together in full rehearsal settings, we know your musicians will benefit during these difficult times just by being together!

World Projects wishes you strength to continue to advocate to your administration, leaders, and communities how crucial a role music plays in all our lives. We will be here and are excited to play a role in your future musical adventures once it is safe to do so!


While there is still uncertainty as we move into the fall, there WILL come a time when we are able to come together to make music and travel once again. Many groups are eager to travel in 2021 and 2022, but due to the circumstances have considered touring closer to home. Why fly when you can drive! There are many wonderful music/performance, cultural, and exchange opportunities throughout the USA!

For those on the West Coast, Los Angeles/San Diego, San Francisco, Portland/Seattle, or Las Vegas/Grand Canyon/Phoenix would be excellent driving options. For groups in the Midwest (and South), Austin, Nashville or Chicago offer wonderful opportunities and activities. For our friends on the East Coast, Boston, Philadelphia, or Charleston/Savannah may be the perfect destination.

Should any of these locations (or another not listed) pique your interest, please contact us at: info@world-projects.com to get started on your next music travel adventure!


We recently introduced our Chamber Music Initiative, where you will be able to commission new music specific to your various chamber ensembles from one of our composers and collaborate with them towards a virtual premiere.

If you are interested in being a part of this initiative, please contact us at info@world-projects.com for more information.

We also have new Chamber music available from Brad Hart, Jinjun Lee, Alec Schumacker, Mo Zhao, and Brett Abigaña on our website. Check them out!


Our 2021 festivals are open...
Check out the FESTIVALS page on our website for 2021 festivals. Apply now!

New York Wind Band Festival
Carnegie Hall - February 28 - March 4, 2021
New York "Sounds of Spring" Festival
Carnegie Hall - March 27 - 31, 2021
Pacific Basin Music Festival
Hawai'i Theatre - March 21 - 25, 2021
Chicago International Music Festival
Chicago Symphony Center - April 10 - 14, 2021
New York International Music Festival
Carnegie Hall - April 17 - 21, 2021
Washington DC International Music Festival
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - April 16 - 20, 2021
New York "Sounds of Summer" Festival
Carnegie Hall - June 5 - 9, 2021
Los Angeles "Sounds of Summer" Festival
Disney Concert Hall - June 2021

American Bandmasters Association Announcement
NASM will be hosting a FREE WEBINAR on Friday, August 21st, 3:30pm-5:00pm (EDT). Dr. John Volckens, the lead CSU researcher in the aerosol in the arts study that ABA has sponsored will present the preliminary results for: Reducing Bioaerosol Emissions and Exposures in the Performing Arts: A Scientific Roadmap for a Safe Return from COVID-19.

In addition to Dr. John Volckens, Dr. Shelly Miller from CU-Boulder and Dr. Donald Milton from the University of Maryland will be on the panel as well to collectively present the collaborative work and combined preliminary results from the three major aerosol in the arts studies currently underway in the U.S.

Please go to the following link to complete your free webinar registration: https://nasm.arts-accredit.org/leadership/informed-decision-making/#Bioaerosol

If for any reason there are no “seats” left, NASM will be constantly monitoring the situations and will continue to purchase more zoom seats for as many members as want to attend.

ABA is proud to co-sponsor this vital research.

The Podium - New Music Hub
Making meaningful connections is especially important during this time in history. Get connected through THE PODIUM.

THE PODIUM is a new platform where musicians, composers, and educators alike can come together and create new music. THE PODIUM is your one-stop shop for new commissions, consortia, and immediate connections with like-minded people from around the world.

Complete your free registration HERE. We're excited to see you join!

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