World Projects continues to mourn the senseless death of George Floyd and so many members of our Black community and People of Color before him. We fully support the Black Lives Matter movement in seeking justice and change for a better and more equitable society for all!
 
 

A MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY
World Projects continues to mourn the senseless death of George Floyd and so many members of our Black community and People of Color before him. We fully support the Black Lives Matter movement in seeking justice and change for a better and more equitable society for all!

In addition, World Projects continues to wish all of our community good health and safety as we all navigate the new realities posed by COVID-19. We are looking forward to traveling, experiencing music, and being together again when it is safe to do so!

2021 TRAVEL AND BEYOND
As destinations start to relax restrictions, there has been a great deal of interest in traveling in 2021 and beyond. Many groups are already planning for postponed tours to future years on top of groups already scheduled to travel. Because of this, many of our partners (hotels, transportation, concert venues) have seen significant requests for their services. Of course, World Projects is collaborating with our partners in travel and music in implementing procedures to keep patrons safer and healthy in response to COVID-19. Music Education and Music Travel have never been more important than during this time of crisis. This is the perfect time to dream about your next musical adventure!

If you have not already done so, please contact us at: info@world-projects.com to discuss your future tour plans.

 

FACULTY APPRECIATION SERIES
In this series, we are showcasing incredible faculty members who you will most often see at our festivals. These are just a handful of the amazing educators we have the privilege of working with all the time. Thank you for helping make these experiences possible. We appreciate you! Check them out below!

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A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM
JOHAN DE MEIJ


 



ONLINE RESOURCES
Discover webinars, resources, and virtual ensembles put together by our fellow community members!

American Bandmasters Association COVID-19 Discussion Forum
This online Forum, open to ABA members and non-members, will allow Response Team members to engage in conversations with band directors and administrators, share challenges and ideas, learn from each other and provide support.

 

California Music Educators Association Webinars
The California Music Educators Association (CMEA), California Alliance for Jazz (CAJ), California Band Directors Association (CBDA), California Choral Directors Association (CCDA), and California Orchestra Directors Association (CODA), or collectively, the organizations who collaborate each year to produce the California All-State Music Education Conference (CASMEC), would like to take this opportunity to reach out to our members to offer not only empathy for our professional music educators and their students, but also tangible support and resources that can be utilized in your digital learning environments.

National Association for Music Education Webinars
The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) strives to provide music educators and education leaders with engaging professional development opportunities to support best practices.

NAfME Academy is the online learning platform for music educators. The Academy allows educators to access the relevant professional development they need to further enhance their teaching and serve the needs of students through dynamic and effective materials and learning opportunities.

The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation COVID-19 and Resources for Music Teachers

Be Part of the Music Webinars with Scott Lang

Broadway Symposium: SM Tech Friday Webinars

Virtual Concert Band
The goal for VCB is to grow to reach musicians from all around the world. The largest project so far (Irish Tune From County Derry) had 390 musicians from 30 different Countries.

Classical-Music.com
An up-to-date round-up of the music and performance masterclasses, workshops, choirs and ensembles you can take part in online during the coronavirus pandemic.

 


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

 
2021 FESTIVALS
 
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
 
 
 

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