You were absolutely right about the extraordinary violinist Paul Rosenthal. The program he and Simone Dinnerstein gave this past week in Eastland, TX was a magical afternoon. Such talent! They had the audience entranced and wanting more of this quality of artistry. I bless the day we discovered the Piatigorsky Foundation.
Piatigorsky Foundation concerts are made possible through the work of volunteers in each of the communities we serve. With the assistance of a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, we created a Volunteers’ Handbook to help communities help themselves. Individuals and community groups can participate in producing and organizing Piatigorsky Foundation Concerts in their neighborhoods.
By volunteering, you are reaching out to new listeners and spreading the joy of live classical music. Piatigorsky Foundation concerts are wonderful opportunities for communities to come together while listening to some of the world’s greatest music performed by dynamic, highly accomplished artists.
Volunteers in communities hosting concerts help with publicizing concerts, organizing concert receptions, identifying new venues, and gathering statistics. Opportunities in the New York office are project-based and vary according to the interests and time commitment of the volunteers.
If you would like to learn more about volunteering, please contact us.