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The Palm Springs International Piano Competition holds its First Concert and Fundraiser in Palm Springs Under its New Name!

Palm Springs International Piano Competition (aka PSipc) is excited to announce its debut Fundraising Concert on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at 6 PM at the Annenberg Theater, Palm Springs Art Museum. “We wanted to do something fun with a variety of music,” said Event Co-Chair/Producer CJ Westrick-Bomar, Esq. “Besides featuring a young virtuoso teen winner, the program includes Platinum-selling crossover artist John Bayless, Broadway singer Julie Garnye, and one of the top 5 winners from this past April,” Westrick continued. Co-chair Sandy Woodson added, “The evening’s focus is on American composers, including Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Hoagy Carmichael, Howard Arlen, Johnny Mercer, Samuel Barber and Scott Joplin.  We want to give the audience what they didn’t know they wanted!”  

VIP tickets that include Toast of the Town cocktails and dining reception in the Atrium of the Palm Springs Art Museum run $250 and $200.  Concert only tickets are $100.  Sponsorships with premier theater seating and reserved seating at the after party start at $1,000 and go up to $7,500.

Proceeds from the event will pay for student musical engagement assemblies and support the free competition rounds at the 2024 Junior and Intermediate Competitions.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, call Ann at 760-773-2575 or email agreer@psipc.org. More info is available at www.psipc.org and individual tickets may be purchased at psmuseum.org/events 

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