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APAP is the national service, advocacy and membership organization for the performing arts presenting industry and the convener of APAP|NYC, the world’s leading gathering of performing arts professionals, held every January in New York City.

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The APAP Community

Welcome to new APAP members who joined in September!

Welcome to new members who joined the APAP family in September. Read the full list and connect with new members now on APAP|Community!

Join your colleagues and enjoy the benefits of APAP membership. Learn more.​​​​

Connect on APAP|Community

Do you have a burning question about your work in the performing arts field? Have a resource to share? A video to show? Your colleagues are waiting for you on APAP|Community to connect, learn, explore and engage in important industry discourse with you. What are you waiting for? Get on APAP’s new peer-networking platform, APAP|Community.​

News & Announcements 

Important update for users of wireless microphones

10.31.14 This summer, the FCC released an Order which expands eligibility for licenses to users of wireless microphones, including performing arts venues. Read this analysis and summary of the FCC's Order explaining upcoming changes with details on how to apply for a license. Learn more about wireless microphones and white space issues.​

Building arts audiences: A case study in engaging young adults

10.29.14 APAP and The Wallace Foundation have partnered to help share in-depth research and resources on audience-building efforts in the performing arts field. This month we are featuring a case study about engaging young adults in the arts.​

Introducing the 2015 YPCA artists! Discover the rising stars of classical music at Carnegie Hall, Jan. 12

10.24.14 You're invited to the APAP|NYC 2015 YPCA recital and reception! On Monday, January 12, 6-8 p.m., the participants of APAP's Young Performers Career Advancement program​ take the stage at Weill Concert Hall in Carnegie Hall for a free performance. The YPCA program supports rising classical music artists and provides them with specialized seminars at APAP|NYC.

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