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California Jazz Foundation

The California Jazz Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to aid and assist California jazz musicians in need.

Reel Change

Reel Change is a five-year grants and mentorship program for composers of diverse backgrounds who have been marginalized in film composition. Rolling applications.

Rhythm & Blues Foundation

Preserving America’s soul since 1988. Assisting artists in need today.

Jazz Foundation of America

Saving jazz, roots & blues, one musician at a time.

Musicians Foundation

Thoughtful, direct financial assistance for professional musicians in times of need since 1914. Rolling applications.

Music Cares

MusiCares provides crisis relief, preventive care, recovery resources, and need-based financial assistance for people across all music professions.

The Music Center Artists Roster

The Music Center is seeking music, dance, theatre and storytelling artists on an ongoing basis to join our performing artist roster. If you have an interest in sharing your talents with youth and community-oriented audiences, we encourage you to apply!

Perform at LA Public Libraries

The Los Angeles Public Library’s Central Library and their 72 neighborhood branches offer a variety of free programs, workshops, and activities that enrich, educate and empower every individual in our city’s diverse communities. In addition to offering staff-led programs, the library maintains a program resource directory which is used to hire performers and presenters. Apply to be considered for inclusion in the program resource directory. Rolling Applications.

American Music Abroad

American Music Abroad artists represent the new generation of musical ambassadors, reaching beyond concert halls to interact with other musicians and citizens around the globe. Approximately 10 ensembles of American music in different genres are selected each year to embark on a two- to three-week long, multi-country tour, where they engage with international audiences and artists through public concerts, performances and collaborations with local musicians, lectures and demonstrations, workshops, jam sessions, and media interviews. AMA programs often focus on younger and underserved audiences, with little or no access to American music. All musical genres are welcome to apply. Applications open 10.30.23, due 1.29.24.

a curated list of open calls, fellowships, grants, residencies, and other ways for artists to seek & receive support.

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