Help support Ensemble Mik Nawooj in creating new concert music. We are a non-profit that relies on the support of our donors in achieving our mission to render a new aesthetic of concert music that is rigorous, timely, and radically inclusive. We have three main focus-
- Holding The Future Culture Summit in the Bay Area and beyond: Future Culture is an event where we come together with local musicians, rappers, dancers and artists to presents various works for both artists and audience to come together and experience what's new in the future of music and art.
- Production of Hip-Hop Oratorios: A Hip-Hop Oratorio is a scalable and an experiential work featuring all the components of sub genres in Hip-Hop (music, dance, and graffiti). Featuring the components of Hip-Hop with a classical chamber ensemble (or orchestra), a Hip-Hop Oratorio seamlessly creates an organic hybridization of seemingly disparate cultures. It is in part a concert, an art exhibit, and a dance performance where audience experience the making of art taking place first hand by breaking down the barriers of conventional form of performing art presentations.
- Educational Outreach: Inspire and enlighten the public and youth via masterclasses and in school performances as well as creating digital assets which can circulate online explaining who we are and what we do.
Ensemble Mik Nawooj is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts organization. All donations are tax deductible.
Previous and current sponsors for Ensemble Mik Nawooj include: Google Ad Grant, Akonadi Foundation, The City of Oakland, Lyft, Oaklandish, Dandelion Chocolate, East Bay Fund for Artists, OwlNWood, Sole Space, Alameda Bicycle, Bike Hub, Amoeba Music Berkeley, East Bay Express, Hard Knock Radio, KALX 90.7 FM, KCSM 91.1 FM, KPFA 94.1 FM, SF Bay Guardian, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Clorox Artist Grant, Sarlo Foundation, Lagunitas Brewery, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, Gordon Biersch, Good Vibrations, SF Mead, Piedmont Piano Company, and Dropcam.