All posts by: Jeremy Morrow

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Martin Bookspan, the renowned announcer, commentator, author, and member of the Musicians Foundation Board of Directors (1981-2009) passed away at the age of 94 on April 29, 2021. He spread the joy of music as a broadcaster for programs including Live from Lincoln Center and Live from the Met. He was also a writer and […]

In an effort to stay transparent and keep musicians informed about our process, here is some information about our traditional grant, which just reopened for new applications. To qualify, you must: Have earned the majority of your income for five or more years of professional experience as a performer, composer/arranger, or music educator. Have filed […]

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Kathryn Stott have released a new single, an arrangement of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” on Sony Classical to benefit Musicians Foundation. You can purchase or stream it here: https://yoyoma.lnk.to/youllneverwalkalone. A copy of the press release is below:

“Through These Times,” a song by Con Fullam, was written to bring attention to the current, difficult situation for professional musicians. Following closures of all venues and recording studios due to COVID-19, musicians lost all their work and many had no safety net. Musicians Foundation established its CV19 Emergency Relief Aid Grant Program to provide […]

Spencer Myer has joined the Musicians Foundation Board of Directors. Mr. Myer was previously a member of the Foundation’s Advisory Council. His artistic contributions to the music community and commitment to helping performers, educators, and composers in times of need make him an ideal addition the the Board. Spencer Myer is an internationally renowned concert […]

This Juneteenth and always, we stand with Black performers, educators, and composers working in all musical genres. To us, music is a sacred, artistic, and uniquely human expression, and the discrimination arising from systematic racism serves only to limit and oppress that expressive ability. The tremendous impact of Black musicians is an undeniable feat and […]

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