Bay Area Music Project (BAMP) is a non-profit, social change through music in- and after-school program serving the social, emotional, cultural and academic needs of children. Alameda Music Project, the flagship chapter program operates 5 days per week, providing on-site music instruction and academic support to over 160 children in Kindergarten through eighth grade, in the socioeconomically diverse West End of Alameda, California. A new, innovative string and digital media production middle school program launched in September of 2019 at a Title 1 STEAM middle school in Alameda.
At BAMP, no child or family is ever turned away because of financial limitations. All students participating receive high-quality music instruction in both small group and orchestra settings plus all necessary musical supplies (instruments, song books, etc), a nutritious snack and academic support during the school year. We empower children to discover their highest potential through musical instruction and performance experiences in a collaborative, orchestral environment that helps build confidence, compassion and teamwork. Children learn the importance of collaboration and cooperation in and outside the ensemble; they learn how to become one voice, and through their shared experience, grow stronger as individuals and as a community.
You have the power to impact the lives of children through music education.
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2021-2022 PROGRAM YEAR OPENS JUNE 11TH.
In-person Summer Music Day Camp 2021, It's on!
Ignite your musical talents!
From beginners to advanced, BAMP music camp offers something for all levels of ability.
All instruments will be supplied!
Extended daycare available.
Financial assistance is available to families who qualify.
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