The Chorus America Philanthropy Award (formerly known as the Michael Korn Founders Award for Philanthropic Contribution to the Arts) is given periodically to an individual, corporation, or foundation whose financial support of Chorus America and the choral art has been especially significant and generous.
The recipient is selected by a panel including the chairman of the board, the president & CEO of Chorus America, and two delegates from the board named by the chairman. Individuals, corporations, and foundations are eligible for this award.
Applications are not accepted.
|2022||The Charter Members of Continuo, Chorus America's Legacy Giving Community|
|2021||Mark and Ginny Lawson, ECS Publishing|
|2020||The NAMM Foundation|
|2018||Distinguished Concerts International, New York (DCINY)|
|2017||Corty B. Fengler|
|2015||Gayle and Tim Ober|
|2014||The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation|
|2012||The McKnight Foundation|
|2010||Mrs. Jean Riddell|
|2009||Hugh Davies and ACFEA Tour Consultants|
|2007||Robert and Cynthia Schuneman|
|2006||The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation|
|2005||Michael and Kay McCarthy|
|2004||The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation|
|2001||Vern and Elfrieda Heinrichs|
|2000||Peggy and Yale Gordon Charitable Trust|
|1997||William J. Gillespie|
|1995||The Helen F. Whitaker Fund|
Questions? Contact Karyn Castro at 202.331.7577 x246 or [email protected]