MUSICAL GRANT PROGRAM
FOR PERFORMERS, COMPOSERS, AND PRESENTERS
The MGP application deadline has past!
Applications will be processed within 2 weeks of the deadline. Applicants that met the postmark date will receive a confirmation email for the MGP 2016.
Awardees will be selected and notified in May.
The Musical Grant Program acts as a catalyst for
creative musical projects, raises the profile of local artists and creates opportunities for audiences to experience the rich diversity of
music in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.
Maximum award: up to $3,000, and up to $4,000 for projects involving commissioning.
GRANT APPLICATION DEADLINE
Applications must be postmarked no later than Friday, February 12, 2016. Please mail your application and one CD or DVD to:
Musical Grant Program
San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music
135 Main Street, Suite 1140, San Francisco CA 94105
We do not accept electronic or hand delivered submissions. We also do not accept
postmarks from office postage meters.
Please use USPS First-Class or Priority Mail. Do not use Express Delivery, UPS, Fed-Ex, or
other costly services when sending your application. Please be sure to review your application and
supporting materials for completeness prior to submission. Applications that are missing required
information or supporting materials will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed by the MGP panel.
Notification: Awards will be announced to applicants in mid-April 2016.
Grant Period: The earliest eligible project start date is July 1, 2016. Projects must be completed by June 30, 2018 (a two-year grant period).
All applicants are required to confirm eligibility with SFFCM prior to applying!
Click HERE to schedule an appointment for a short phone consultation with Grant Coordinator
Nicole Lungerhausen. If no convenient times are available, click HERE to schedule a phone appointment
with Executive Director Dominique Pelletey.
The SFFCM Musical Grant Program is made possible through support from the San Francisco
Grants for the Arts/Hotel Tax Fund, the Clarence E. Heller Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation,
and the San Francisco Foundation. In the past 7 cycles, SFFCM has awarded nearly $520,000 to help support
187 projects in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. (See past awards.)
CA$H (theater and dance) by Theater Bay Area.
Alternative Exposure (visual arts) by Southern Exposure.