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In the last 9 years the 6 most recent American Pianists Awards
winners have given over 2100 performances in 37 countries on 6
continents and in 41 states.

Be a true patron of the arts by supporting the American Pianists Association. Your gift ensures that America’s brightest young pianists have every opportunity to build stellar careers. In addition to our major competitions, your donation helps fund community outreach programs such as Concerto Curriculum residencies in the local high schools, the concert series Grand Encounters, and the Artist-in-Residency program at a local university. Make a gift today.

 

  • GIFT OF STOCK

    Gifts of appreciated stock are a great way to support the American Pianists Association.

    STEP 1:
    Talk with your financial advisor about options and benefits before making your decision.

    STEP 2:
    Instruct your broker to transfer the shares you’d like to donate to TD Ameritrade, DTC account number 1088. “For the Benefit of the American Pianists Association, Account number 922011098.”

    STEP 3:
    Notify the American Pianists Association of your gift (sometimes donor information is not included in the transfer). We will recognize your gift and send you a tax receipt. For tax purposes, the date of your gift is the date of the transfer.

  • DA CAPO

    dä ˈkäpō

    a musical term meaning “repeat”

     

    American Pianists Association honors the following individuals whose consecutive annual gifts span at least the last three years:

  • PLANNED GIVING

    Sostenuto Society

    sästəˈno͞odō

    a musical term: passage played in a sustained or prolonged manner

    Visionary donors may ensure the American Pianists Association mission is sustained far into the future, by remembering APA in their estate plans. These gifts can be substantial or quite modest, and are among the most generous support we receive.

    Although most planned gifts are bequests made in wills, there are many ways to include APA in your estate:

    • Name APA a beneficiary of a retirement account, life insurance policy or living trust;
    • Leave real estate or saleable personal property (e.g., stock, artwork, manuscripts, rare books, superior pianos) to APA through a bequest in your will;
    • Establish a charitable gift annuity or trust that provides tax benefits and lifetime income to you, with the remainder going to APA as your legacy gift.

    Talk with your attorney and financial advisor for advice on the technical logistics of your gift.

    Let’s dream together! Talk with the American Pianists Association’s President/CEO or Director of Development for help crafting your legacy gift. We will bring your vision to life!

     Already made provisions for APA in your estate plan? Let us know! We want to honor you now.

     

    Lee Ann Smith

    Director of Development

    leeann@americanpianists.org

    317-940-9371

     

    Joel Harrison

    President, CEO and Artistic Director

    joel@americanpianists.org

    317-940-9945

     

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