Amie offers enchanting Indian sitar music with tabla accompaniment and some vocals, performing classical and light-classical ragas and folk melodies. With her Sangeet Millennium Ensemble, she bends and blends traditional Indian genres with jazz sax and more, creating new world sounds that are elegantly vibrant and soulful.
Amie (with Sangeet Millennium) performs in concerts and lecture-performances in Texas, North America, and internationally. She is a selected artist on the Texas Commission of the Arts (TCA) Touring Artist Roster. TCA provides grants to arts presenters, schools, libraries, theaters and other non-profit organizations throughout Texas and the region to help with the cost of bringing in artists from the Roster.
Applying for Grants
Depending on your event and where it’s located, grants may be available to help bring Amie and/or Sangeet Millennium to your organization.
In Texas – To find out how to apply for a grant to bring Amie’s music to your community, contact www.arts.state.tx.us.
Mid America Arts Alliance – Amie is also an artist on the Mid America Arts Alliance Performing Artist Roster. To find out how to apply for a grant to bring Amie and ensemble to your non-profit venue in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska or Okahoma, please visit http://www.maaa.org/SiteResources/Data/Templates/t7.asp?docid=936&DocName=Grant%20Programs.
In India – Amie Maciszewski is an Empanelled Artist with the India World Cultural Forum (www.iwcf.org.in). To sponsor Amie’s program in India, please contact Manjeet Kaur at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where We Perform
Amie and the Sangeet Millennium ensemble perform at concerts, cultural programs, gallery openings, weddings, corporate and nonprofit events, tasteful social gatherings, and more. In order to book Amie and ensemble for an engagement, a contract must be signed and 50% of the fees must be received a minimum of two weeks prior to the engagement . The remaining 50% is due the day of the event prior to the start of the performance. The musicians will need to arrive at least 45 minutes before the performance to set up and do sound check.