Foundation / Corporation
Pittsburgh Concert Society (PCS)
Grants to Pennsylvania individuals or groups of classical musicians in eligible locations for career advancement and performance opportunities. Eligible uses of funding include instrument purchases, travel, promotional materials, performance venue rental costs, and other professional development expenses. The Pittsburgh Concert Society (PCS) promotes the finest Pittsburgh based classical musicians.
The Pittsburgh Concert Society awards annual grants designated to provide financial assistance to classical music instrumentalists, vocalists, (individuals or groups), who are working to further their careers or their performance opportunities.
The grants may be used for travel to contests or auditions, for creation of promotional materials related to recipient-initiated performances, for assistance in renting a performance venue, for purchasing an instrument, or for meeting any other expenses directly associated with the career development of the recipient.
GrantWatch ID#: 150157
The number of grants and their amounts may vary from year to year. However, the minimum amount per grant shall be $500.00.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please send applications to the following address:
Pittsburgh Concert Society
1142 Driftwood Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15243
USA: Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh
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