Special thanks to Graham Cullen, journalist, and The Frederick News-Post for featuring The Global Z Recording Project in an excellent article focusing on our Phase II North American Indigenous Music Project.
We are extremely excited to be working with Harvard Law School’s Recording Artist Project (RAP)! The Global Z Recording Project is a current client of RAP and has been assigned a team of student attorneys as well as a graduate student from the Berklee College of Music to assist us with drafting participation agreements and other potential music industry legal issues.
Many thanks to our friends at Sweetwater Sound for their recent gift of musical equipment. Their donation will assist us in meeting current and future project needs – especially those we are scheduled to deliver during an exciting 2021 calendar year!
The world watched as mayhem, violence and destruction took center-stage in Washington, DC. 24 hours later, I find myself stunned and still in a state of disbelief.
The Global Z Recording Project is based just north of Washington. We stand for civility, respect, democratic principles, treating each other with dignity, and we embrace our cultural differences. We know and value the differences and unique perspectives each individual brings to the world. We cannot accept the violence and rage on display January 6th. We give peace a chance through music.
I hope the destructive events of yesterday at our nation’s Capitol serve as a catalyst for each of us to look inward. Let’s use this time to reflect on who we are, how we view life, how we view others different from ourselves, and how we resolve issues that prove contrary to our own philosophies.
It is clear, violent actions delivered as part of a mob mentality is not the way to go. These were not acts of freedom or democracy. These are not the principles on which the United States were founded. I ask you all to stand with us and find the peace within. Solve differences with dialogue, not with pain, physical harm, heartbreak and destruction.
Danielle is a highly talented musician, composer, conductor, educator and more. She brings a rich level of international experience working with culturally-diverse groups of student musicians. Danielle will be assisting Global Z as our International Music Education subject matter expert. We are glad you are here!
We welcome and appreciate our latest sponsor, TechZone Audio Products. TechZone has been making some (positive) noise with a new line of impressive microphones. We are excited to be putting their mics to work! Thanks, TechZone.
Once again, we are fortunate to have received a grant from the Nora Roberts Foundation. Many thanks to the Foundation for their $5000 and continued support!
KMC Music is an industry powerhouse – the largest distributor of musical instruments and pro audio equipment in the United States. Global Z is excited to list them as a sponsor of our organization. Thank you KMC!
The Mockingbird Foundation announced Global Z has been selected to receive a $5000 grant. The foundation is largely supported by fans of the legendary progressive rock/jam band ‘Phish.’ We are honored to receive these funds, which will allow us to launch our Phase II North American Indigenous Music Project. Thank you Mockingbird and all supporting contributors!