Partners in Perfomance


Hello,
I hope that this email finds you well.  This is Nathan Reiff, Project Director for Partners in Performance (PiP).  I reached out to you last year regarding an exciting grant opportunity for classical music presenters, and I wanted to share with you information about this year’s round of selection as well.
PiP is a non-profit organization founded by the violinist Midori in 2003 with the goal of co-presenting classical music concerts with arts organizations in smaller communities around the United States without the resources of major urban centers.  For a nominal fee, presenting organizations selected for a PiP grant receive two concerts in consecutive seasons–one by a world-class performer like Midori or pianist Jonathan Biss and another by a rising young artist.  The grant recipient keeps all ticket proceeds from both concerts for use in further developing its programs and enriching interest in classical music in the area.

I have attached an overview sheet with additional information about PiP and the application process for presenting organizations.  I would appreciate very much if you would please consider sending this sheet to any of your affiliated arts organizations that may be interested in this opportunity.  If a short blurb would be more appropriate, please consider the following:

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Enliven the arts in your community with Midori’s Partners in Performance grant program!
Since 2003, Partners in Performance has collaborated with 18 communities in states from Maine to Washington to present world-class chamber music programs by artists like Midori and pianist Jonathan Biss.  Applications for the 2015/2016 season are due May 15, 2014.
Looking to revitalize interest in chamber music in your area?  Apply to Partners in Performance today!
Visit www.pipmusic.org for more information.

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Thank you very much for your time and consideration in spreading the word about this opportunity.  I’m happy to answer any questions you may have.

Best wishes,
Nathan Reiff

Nathan Reiff
Project Director
Office of Midori / Partners in Performance
(c/o Danziger, Danziger, & Muro, LLP)
405 Park Avenue, Suite 502
New York, NY  10022
ph. 347.983.5023
Partners in Perfomance

Enliven the arts in your community with Midori’s Partners in Performance grant program!



Since 2003, Partners in Performance has collaborated with 16 communities in states from Maine to Washington to present world-class chamber music programs by artists like Midori and pianist Jonathan Biss.  Applications for the 2014/2015 season are due May 15, 2013.
Looking to revitalize interest in chamber music in your area?  Apply to Partners in Performance today!
 

Visit www.pipmusic.orgfor more information.

Enliven the arts in your community with Midori’s Partners in Performance grant program!