Dedicated to promoting peace and understanding through music and to the artistic career advancement of exceptionally gifted young classical musicians.
Based in Los Angeles, iPalpiti Artists International is a non-profit organization formed to support, promote, and develop the careers of exceptionally gifted young musicians, thus securing a future generation of artists who will pass on traditions of all time and carry classical music into the next century.
Transitional Program is designed to provide assistance, guidance, and counsel to young musicians with respect to their careers.
The Educational Fund provides immediate assistance to students in need of tuition, summer programs, concert attire, fees, etc.
Through the Instrumental Fund, fine instruments are provided for a period of time.
Throughout the year, selected artists are featured in Benefactors Concert Series in private homes as well as in public concerts in the Los Angeles and New York areas.
Annual summer iPalpiti Festival of International Laureates in Los Angeles features iPalpiti & Soloists (a touring consortium of 26 prize-winning young musicians from around the world). 13 CDs are released on TELOS and YAI Records.
Leo Frankel Memorial Award Fund - all selected young artists receive full-tuition scholarship, travel, room & board expenses, and stipend.
The Mentor Program involves student musicians at music academies and public schools in underserved areas, allowing them to participate as auditors of the professional-level residency rehearsals and master classes, and attend performances, forming relationships with their "elder" colleagues and gaining insight into a musician’s career.
The Student Coalition for the Arts (for 7th to 12th graders) cultivates the growth of interest in classical music while building a future audience, encouraging concert attendance through personal contact with institution and Laureate musicians.