Non Profit Music Foundation

1999-2015

How the Non Profit Music Foundation born

 

In 1999, Jorge Grundman, a professor at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and who had left mainstream music since 1985, uploaded the music he wrote for his friends to Internet and let the audience donate what they wanted for Doctors Without Borders. The success was such that after more than a million and a half downloads the US record label ONAM asked him to engraven in an orthodox collection of works freely available and still raising funds for Doctors Without Borders.

 

In 2003 at the suggestion of Doctors Without Borders, Grundman creates the record company Non Profit Music S.L. and releases his album of electroacoustic music We Are the Forthcoming Past, Take Care of It. The album quickly scales the unanimous opinion of the international critics and receives Narcissus Awards award nomination as Best and Contemporary Instrumental Album in 2004 NAR.

 

Thereafter, in December 2004, Grundman takes the first step to form the Non Profit Music Foundation and unite contemporary creation with solidarity.

 

 

 

From now on

 

After 20 publications and have managed to reach more than 20,000 spectators at concerts, Non Profit Music Foundation has absorbed all the functions of the record company and starts its journey back step by step in these difficult times worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

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1999-2016

How the Non Profit Music Foundation born

 

In 1999, Jorge Grundman, a professor at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and who had left mainstream music since 1985, uploaded the music he wrote for his friends to Internet and let the audience donate what they wanted for Doctors Without Borders. The success was such that after more than a million and a half downloads the US record label ONAM asked him to engraven in an orthodox collection of works freely available and still raising funds for Doctors Without Borders.

 

In 2003 at the suggestion of Doctors Without Borders, Grundman creates the record company Non Profit Music S.L. and releases his album of electroacoustic music We Are the Forthcoming Past, Take Care of It. The album quickly scales the unanimous opinion of the international critics and receives Narcissus Awards award nomination as Best and Contemporary Instrumental Album in 2004 NAR.

 

Thereafter, in December 2004, Grundman takes the first step to form the Non Profit Music Foundation and unite contemporary creation with solidarity.

 

 

 

From now on

 

After 20 publications and have managed to reach more than 20,000 spectators at concerts, Non Profit Music Foundation has absorbed all the functions of the record company and starts its journey back step by step in these difficult times worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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