Funders & Partners

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Kronos’ 50 for the Future is made possible through the generosity and foresight of a select group of visionary contributors. Their commitment to new repertoire allows Kronos Performing Arts Association to shepherd the creation of an extraordinary, open-source library of commissioned pieces, scores, parts, recordings, and pedagogical material. We are grateful to the following individuals and institutions for their commitment to this signature program and honored to acknowledge their contributions.

Funders

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$250,000 & above

Carnegie Hall

$150,000 – $249,999

Andrea Abernethy Lunsford

$100,000 – $149,999

The National Endowment for the Arts

$50,000 – $99,999

Peggy Dorfman & the Ralph I. Dorfman Family Fund

Mai Family Foundation

Marjorie Randolph

$25,000 – $49,999

Anonymous

David and Evelyne Lennette

The Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation

Telluray Foundation

Tin Man Fund

Gottfried and Janet Tittiger

$10,000 – $24,999

Bungie, Inc.

EACH Foundation

Friends of Kronos at The Sea Ranch

Fariba Ghaffari

Harris Theater for Music and Dance

Donlyn Lyndon and Alice Wingwall

Sara Sackner and Andrew Behar

$5,000 – $9,999

Hank Dutt and Greg Dubinsky

Robert Gordon

Raulee Marcus

Anne Popkin

Ann Ramsay-Jenkins & the William M. Jenkins Advised Fund at Seattle Foundation

Jonathan and Diana Calthorpe Rose

Priscilla Stoyanof and David Roche

...and many more

Partners

In addition to Lead Partner Carnegie Hall, an adventurous group of presenters, academic institutions, and other arts organizations are participating as Legacy Partners and Commissioning Partners, engaging in performances and educational programs that feature the musical works and related resources that are developed over the course of the project. Through jointly designed master classes, workshops, and residencies, Kronos continues to work with each of these core partners to extend the reach of their own educational programs within their communities. All of the partners introduced below have tangibly helped make this body of work possible and freely available.

Lead Partner

Carnegie HallNew York, New York, USA

Legacy Partners

Commissioning Partners

21C MUSIC FESTIVAL AT THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSICToronto, Ontario, Canada

21ST-CENTURY MUSICIAN INITIATIVE, DEPAUW UNIVERSITYGreencastle, Indiana, USA

BANFF CENTRE FOR ARTS AND CREATIVITYBanff, Alberta, Canada

CALGARY PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRACalgary, Alberta, Canada

CU PRESENTS & COLLEGE OF MUSIC AT THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDERBoulder, Colorado, USA

ESTERHAZY FOUNDATIONEisenstadt, Austria

GREC 2019 FESTIVAL DE BARCELONABarcelona, Spain

GREEN MUSIC CENTER AT SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITYRohnert Park, California, USA

HANCHER AUDITORIUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWAIowa City, Iowa, USA

THE HARKER SCHOOLSan Jose, California, USA

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS & IDEASNew Haven, Connecticut, USA

THE ROBERT AND JUDI NEWMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS & LAMONT SCHOOL OF MUSIC, UNIVERSITY OF DENVERDenver, Colorado, USA

OZ ARTS NASHVILLEWITH BLAIR SCHOOL OF MUSIC AT VANDERBILT UNIVERSITYNashville, Tennessee, USA

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OF ORANGE COUNTYIrvine, California, USA

SEATTLE THEATRE GROUPSeattle, Washington, USA

SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTSSingapore

THE SOCRATES PROJECT AT MCMASTER UNIVERSITYHamilton, Ontario, Canada

STANFORD LIVEStanford, California, USA

SYMPHONY NOVA SCOTIAHalifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

THY CENTRE FOR MUSICAL ARTSVestervig, Denmark

TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAToronto, Ontario, Canada

UNLV COLLEGE OF FINE ARTSLas Vegas, Nevada, USA

UPPSALA KONSERT & KONGRESSUppsala, Sweden

VANCOUVER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAVancouver, British Columbia, Canada

WYATT ARTIST IN RESIDENCE SERIES, MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORYCalgary, Alberta, Canada