Brett UmlaufThe Musicians Foundation is focused on solving problems. Less than two years after a fire and Hurricane Sandy turned Brett Umlauf’s life upside down, she is making headlines with her cutting-edge opera performances. The Musicians Foundation was proud and pleased to see these rave reviews in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times:

Wall Street Journal
http://online.wsj.com/articles/opera-review-here-be-sirens-and-as-one-1410215142
New York Times
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/08/arts/music/here-be-sirens-a-little-philosophy-included.html?_r=0

Musicians Foundation was recently featured on Soundfly’s list of “15 Dream Grants and Fellowships That Musicians Need to Know About.” We are helping more musicians than ever before and accepting new applications for aid. Apply today HERE.

Musicians Foundation has updated its Stories of Support archive with many new musicians who have been assisted with aid grants during times of need. The recent stories of legendary R&B, Hip-Hop, Classical, Salsa, and more musicians can be found at http://www.musiciansfoundation.org/lives-changed/.

Currently, the Foundation is reaching more musicians across all genres than ever before. As we connect with and assist more musicians, YOUR support is even more crucial. You can support Musicians Foundation by donating online HERE or simply clicking “Like” on our Facebook page.

 

Musicians Foundation’s commitment to transparency in its operations and practices has been awarded with a Gold level certification by Guidestar, the world’s largest source for information about non-profit organizations.

Support Musicians Foundation today by donating HERE.

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