All posts by: Jeremy Morrow

About Jeremy Morrow

Hans Eric Tausig was born on August 23rd, 1931 in Frankfurt, Germany. The only child of Victor Erich & Bertha Ahrenholtz Tausig, he survived the Anschluss in Vienna, the Kindertransport to Holland and fled occupied Europe with his parents to find refuge in the United States. They settled in Peoria, Illinois where Hans graduated high […]

Remembering Bob Kuehn

January 20, 2020

Robert Kuehn (1931 – 2019) came to New York City in 1953 to study at the Juilliard School where he received a master’s degree in voice.  In his long career as a baritone, he sang everything from Gregorian chant to George Gershwin, performing as a soloist, ensemble and choral singer.  He performed with the widest variety of wonderful musical organizations, including […]

Musicians Foundation has added two new members to its Board of Directors – Jenna Manula Linares and Andrew Malloy. Both have joined the Foundation’s leadership to strengthen its ability to reach more musicians in times of need and increase public awareness of the organization. Read about Jenna and Andrew below. Jenna has over 10 years’ experience […]

Join Musicians Foundation for our 2019 Spring Recital Benefit Event, “Another Spring Celebration” on Wednesday, April 3. Music will be performed by Adrian Daurov, cello, and Spencer Myer, piano. Please find more details in the invitation below. The response card can be printed and mailed to: Musicians Foundation, 875 Sixth Ave. Suite 2303 New York, […]

Musicians Foundation has launched a new video series, Musicians Foundation Stories, highlighting the dynamic careers of selected grantees and discussing the impact of receiving an aid grant to help pay for essential bills. The first two videos in the series have been released and can be viewed below.

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.

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