The Allied Arts, Inc., depends on faithful donors to continue giving grants to artists like Michael Hoffman, The Altius String Quartet, Sharon Park and many others. While we receive modest funding from the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, our grants are primarily funded by individuals who are committed to supporting young pre-professional artists. The Allied Arts, Inc., is dedicated to aiding young artists develop their careers. In 2020 the organization will celebrate its centennial. Please consider sending a donation to The Allied Arts, Inc. We are a 501C3 non-profit organization with minimal administrative costs.

EVENT FOR THE ALLIED ARTS

The Orville Moore Memorial Award

On April 30th The Allied Arts, Inc., hosted the Orville Moore Memorial Award Recital by Michael Hoffman. The award is named for Denver-born baritone, Orville Moore, who was assisted in 1950 by The Allied Arts, Inc. to pursue further studies of art song and German Lieder in New York. Else Replogle, a longtime friend of the organization, with the help of the Allied Arts board, created the award with funds from her estate.

 
MICHAEL HOFFMAN
Michael Hoffman Last summer, he attended SongFest in Los Angeles as a member of the Professional Program where he furthered his knowledge of song and performance practices with some of the world’s leading performers and pedagogues of the vocal repertoire. This wonderful privilege was made possible by The Allied Arts














 
Please note that new applications are due with a postmarked deadline of
August 15th, 2017. We look forward to supporting more artists.

The Allied Arts board heard recently from two of our past grantees.

From Kimberly Patterson:

"I am truly grateful for the generous grant that you have awarded me. ....... The grant gave me the necessary financial help to attend the conference. This was a huge step in my career and I'm so honored and humbled by the support of The Allied Arts, Inc."


From Steven Aguilo-Arbues:

"Thank you so much for granting me the very generous award. I am deeply humbled and grateful for your wonderful generosity. Attending the Miami Music Festival as a conducting fellow is a dream opportunity and you are all making it happen! Thank you very much again for your support and I'll keep you updated on all of my conducting adventures!"


OTHER GRANTEES INCLUDE:


Joshua Sawicki, Pianist – 2017 Attend International Keyboard Institute Festival and competition in
      Manhattan.
Danielle Lombardi, Soprano - 2017 Attend Young Artist Institute with Opera Steamboat.
Altius Quartet Fellowship String Quartet-in-Residence at CU Boulder, where they were mentored by the
      Takács Quartet. Consisting of Andrew Krimm, Andrew Giordano, Zachary Reaves and Joshua Ulrich.
      – 2017. Compete in the Borciani String Quartet Competition in Regio Emilia, Italy.

Lauren O'Connor who sought mentorship for her fine art career
Indigo Fischer, a flautist, was granted funds to attend the Sewanee Summer Music Festival
Michael Hoffman's grant enabled him to attend the SongFest Vocal Institute in Los Angeles
Corinne Denny, spinto soprano, was awarded funds for spring competition application fees & travel
Sharon Park, violinist recorded Eugene Ysaye's six solo violin sonatas for MRS Classics.
Teresa Castillo, Soprano - 2015 Caramoor Summer Music Festival