The Cliburn was founded in 1962, and has flourished since on the shoulders of a community of supporters—committed individuals, corporations, foundations, and arts, service, and educational organizations. The dedication of your time and resources fulfills the Cliburn’s mission of providing life-changing opportunities for young pianists, participatory music education for public elementary school children, and access to excellent art for lovers of music. In essence, continuing Van Cliburn’s vision of sharing classical music with the largest possible audience.
In this time of COVID-19 and shuttered venues, your donation today is more important than ever, and we are grateful for your support. Use the form below to support the Cliburn today, or use one of the other options listed. Learn more about the CARES Act and possible tax advantages by clicking here.
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There are many ways to get involved, and some of our favorite options are below. We hope you will consider joining the Cliburn family today!
a social group for arts-minded young professionals that focuses on classical music for our generation
the foundation of the Cliburn since its beginnings: a dedicated volunteer corps now numbering over 1,000
CLASSICALLY CLIBURN GALA
an elegantly themed, fun annual event that supports all of the Cliburn programs—THE party of the year
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
a number of ways to make a lasting contribution to Van Cliburn’s vision of sharing music with the world
Pictured: Van Cliburn with Nancy Lee Bass
THANK YOU TO OUR MAJOR SUPPORTERS
The Cliburn gratefully acknowledges the generous support of its official sponsors, valued partners, and major donors.
Sid W. Richardson Foundation
The Pangburn Foundation
Alice L. Walton Foundation
The Cliburn is supported in part by awards from the Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.