Current Sponsors

The Institute is most grateful to the following current sponsors for their generous financial support:

Lead Partner

The Herb Alpert Foundation
The Dalio Foundation
Susan De Boismilon Trust
Northrop Grumman
Stuart Subotnick
Lynda Thomas
United Airlines

Carnival Corporation
Jim and Nancy Demetriades
Sandra J. Evers-Manly
Lou Gonda
Los Angeles Unified School District, Beyond the Bell Branch
National Endowment for the Arts

GRoW @ Annenberg
Herbie and Gigi Hancock
The Lupin Foundation
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation

Patricia Baars
Linda Brown
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Frank and Berta Gehry
Kent Kresa
MaddocksBrown Foundation

Page and Lou Adler / MIPF, Inc.
Massimo Biolcati /
D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities
James E. Farmer
The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
The Shubert Foundation

The Honorable Madeleine Korbel Albright
Corina Higginson Trust
Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation
William C. Paley Foundation
William S. Paley Foundation

Barbara Shapiro
Elaine Shocas

Richard Ben-Veniste
Don Briggs
LaDonna Cooper
Lawrence Devron
Dimick Foundation
Mark and Patricia Eklund
Roslyn Goldstein
Tom and Carol Goss
Robert W. Hickmott
Mayumi Ishida
Elyse B. Lacher
Robert & Mary Lou McGee
Guy R.X. Middleton Charitable Fund
Susan Reese
Ronald and Cynthia Thompson
Carol Weiner Wilner

Steve Barnette
M Airy Carlson
James Carpenter
Beth Carter Blair
Jane Angarola
Bonnie Berry
Tricia Carlson
Pamela Carter Youngblood
Steve Diminuco
Lynda Dixon
Mary Dougher-Foster
Philip Dufour
Price Floyd
Scotty Fallon Greenwood
Linwood Ham
Michael and Audrey Haynes
Rob Haynes
Kim Herron
Carron Hocut
Larry Irving
Linda Jamison
Kathy Johnson
Alison Kutler
Nicole Lee
Jackie Mcelwee
Cheryl McQueen
Marsha Neal Sandridge
Peggy Robertson Archambault
Karen Scates
Robert Shapiro
Tara Sonenshine
Giovanni Stella
Jane Swensen
Nancy Thompson
Celena Westlund
Steve Whisnant
Jake Yunker
Brenda Zimmerman

If you would like to support the educational programs of the Institute to ensure that young people around the world have an opportunity to learn about jazz – America’s most important musical contribution to the world – please consider making an online contribution or contact us. The Institute is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and all contributions are tax-deductible. For more information about the Institute, please consult our GuideStar Profile.

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