Today, more than ever, Albertine Foundation and Villa Albertine are proud to encourage, promote and support artistic performances and creations.
In 2004, Albertine Foundation created with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy two music programs, encouraging collaborations between French and American artists and ensembles, in the field of jazz and contemporary music. Over the past twenty years, $ 4 million were granted in funds to support over 300 projects in jazz and contemporary music, resulting in 65 recordings and more than 700 concerts, commissions and residencies in France and in the United States.
French Quarter Jazz in New York: 3 nights, 4 clubs, 15 showcases and 40 artists gathered to promote French jazz across the Atlantic !
From January 12 to 15, 2024
FRENCH QUARTER 2024
Financial support is given through:
— Creative Grants for new creations & new commissions.— Touring Grants for tours of French artists and ensembles in the United States.
Jazz & New Music CREATIVE GRANTS support projects jointly conceived by French and American professional musicians and institutions that encourage artistic exploration, foster intercultural dialogue, and contribute to the dynamism of the musical aesthetics it defends. It also supports new commissions to French composers, especially in the field of new music. MORE
Jazz & New Music TOURING GRANTS support touring projects of French musicians and ensembles with a minimum of three performances in the U.S. MORE
THE 2024 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS OPEN
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 29, 2024FOR PROJECTS TAKING PLACE BETWEEN 09-01-2024 & 08-31-2025
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Jazz & New Music is made possible with support from:— French Ministry of Culture— Institut français— Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique (SACEM)— Centre National de la Musique (CNM)