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American Music Center average salary is $62,400, median salary is $62,400 with a salary range from $62,400 to $62,400.
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Computer Programmer/analyst (java) 62,400-62,400 NEW YORK, NY, 10001 2010 American Music Center Computer Programmer/analyst (java) Salaries (1)
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  • American Music Center
  • Industry: Other
  • City: New York, NY
  • Throughout the years, the American Music Center has been a consistent leader in pioneering new programs and services to support and advance the field of new American music. Founded in 1939 by Marion Bauer, Aaron Copland, Howard Hanson, Otto Luening, Harrison Kerr, and Quincy Porter, the original mission, as created by these six composers, performers, publishers, and educators was: ... to foster and encourage the composition of contemporary (American) music and to promote its production, publication, distribution and performance in every way possible throughout the Western Hemisphere. To meet this mandate, the founders created a library of scores and...