Foundation / Corporation
Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP) Foundation
04/30/20 6:00 PM EST Receipt
Grants of up to $2,500 to USA, Canada, and International organizations for workshops that provide coaching and support for amateur musicians playing chamber music. Funding is intended to reduce registration fees for participants, subsidize coaches’ salaries, and provide scholarships for participants.
ACMP seeks to fund workshops which accomplish the following goals:
- Rekindle an enthusiasm and energy for chamber music playing
- Expand a player's knowledge of the chamber music repertoire
- Deepen insights and skill in the performance of chamber music
- Help players make new connections with other players
ACMP defines a workshop as a program of coaching and playing that is no more than six weeks in duration. As a general guide, Chamber Music Workshop grants are primarily provided for chamber music workshops for adult amateurs while Community Music grants are provided for community-based chamber music programs for young musicians and others. If, because of project timing, a Workshop Grant application is received for a program that is not for adult amateurs, it must be for a program of 6 weeks or less duration and must comprise primarily of coaching and playing in chamber music in order to be eligible.
ACMP grants prioritize program costs above administration costs. Requests with a high level of administrative overhead are a lower priority for funding.
Priority is given to applications that demonstrate a range of sources of support
GrantWatch ID#: 180316
The maximum request amount is $2,500. ACMP does not support more than 50% of project costs.
Note that ACMP rarely awards grants in more than 4 consecutive rounds.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Jennifer Clarke, Executive Director
ACMP - Associated Chamber Music Players
1133 Broadway, Room 810
New York, NY 10010
Tel: +1 212 645 7424
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