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H Project Performing Arts Association

The H Project Performing Arts Association (HPPAA) is a non-profit organization based in the Austin/San Marcos, Texas area. The mission of H Project is to continually refresh and envision the contemporary, jazz, and world music experience. H Project fulfills its mission through commissioning, performing, presenting, recording and publishing contemporary music, and collaborating with, mentoring and encouraging other artists.

HPPAA commissions new works on a continuing basis. H Project performs concerts, clubs, and festivals. Performances often include educational activities in conjunction with the Austin/Central Texas Area as well as engagements in both rural communities as well as large urban centers. H Project/HPPAA continually strives to reach, challenge, and expand audiences that rarely have the opportunity to attend performances of contemporary music.
H Project/HPPAA also maintains a commitment to education by participating in concert discussions, benefit performances, classroom visits, open rehearsals, master classes, coaching sessions, and performances in schools which reach diverse age groups ranging from elementary school aged students through young professional musicians.

HPPAA is managed by a Board of Directors. The board handles all of H Project's business, such as career management, recordings, artistic planning, booking, promotion, production, and fund raising. The organization is funded by individuals, foundations, and government sources, including: National Endowment for the Arts; One World Theater; The MacDowell Artist Colony; The National Association of Composers, USA; The Aaron Copland Fund for Music; Chamber Music America and others.

To donate to the H Project/HPPAA and help to commission composers and perform new work, click here.

Board of Directors

Hank Hehmsoth, Chair

Dr. Keith Winking, Secretary

Dr. Thomas Clark