This year, Harmony Project grew by more than 1,000 students! Our musicians traveled across the world to share the power of music with communities near and far. Here are some highlights from our 2018 Fiscal Year.
HOLLYWOOD BOWL FIELD TRIP
950 students and family members attended Shaham Plays Williams.
DODGER STADIUM PERFORMANCE
Harmony Project brass students performed the National Anthem at Dodger Stadium.
SUMMER FIELD TRIPS
Students attended summer music festivals at Sun Valley, Interlochen Arts Camp, Oberlin Conservatory, Sphinx Summer Festival, Idyllwild Arts Academy, among others.
In partnership with Ark Collective, Harmony Project welcomed 2,500 students back to school with free backpacks.
CUMBIA NIGHT AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL
Harmony Project students celebrated Mexican Independence by performing a fusion of African and indigenous music at the Hollywood Bowl.
LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC GALA AT WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL
The Harmony Project String Quartet performed a selection of Mozart pieces to kick off the LA Phil’s 2017/18 season.
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS CONCERT
Harmony Project’s Leimert Park mariachi ensemble celebrated Dia de Los Muertos with a concert and community potluck.
NOBEL PRIZE CONCERT
Harmony Project alumni Daniel E., Moses A., and Juliana R. had the honor to perform with Gustavo Dudamel at the 2017 Nobel Prize Concert in Stockholm, Sweden.
MASTER CLASS WITH BLACK VIOLIN
Students had a master class and performed with hip-hop/classical duo, Black Violin.
LA PHIL AMERICAS TOUR
Alumni Isaac G., Dalanie H., Beatrice P., and Samantha R. joined young musicians from the Americas in Mexico City for a four-day workshop and final performance at the grand Palacio de Bellas Artes with Gustavo Dudamel.