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Harmony Project

817 Vine Street, Ste. 204  
Los Angeles,  CA,  90038
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The Harmony Project is a non-profit organization established in April of 2001 with a vision of serving the cultural and artistic needs of underprivileged children in the Los Angeles area. 

Our mission is:

To promote the healthy growth and development of children through the study, practice and performance of music.

To build healthier communities by investing in the positive development of children through music.

To develop children as musical ambassadors of peace, hope and understanding amongst people of diverse cultures, backgrounds and beliefs.

We currently provide private and group orchestral instrument instruction, music theory, choral singing, recital performances and regular field trips to live events.

Instruction offered by qualified teachers and musicians, as well as all musical instruments, are provided to each child at no cost to the child or their family, based upon family income.

 


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