Ticket sales support less than 25% of the cost of bringing concerts and education programs to our communities. Your gift supports all of the programming the Grand Canyon Music Festival provides, from our annual concert series, to award winning education programs like the Native American Composer Apprentice Project and School of Rock. Make your tax deductible contribution today.
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Arizona Citizens for the Arts
Arizona Commission on the Arts
Arizona Women’s Partnership
Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn
Buck Wild Hummer Tours
Classical Arizona PBS
Delaware North Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon Plaza Hotel
Grand Canyon Railway and Hotel
Grand Canyon Rotary Club
KNAU Arizona Public Radio
National Endowment for the Arts
New Music USA
North Country HealthCare
President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award
Printing for Less
Red Feather Lodge
Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation
Scottsdale League for the Arts
Town of Tusayan
Tusayan Sanitary District
Utah Arts Council
Vishnu Temple Press
WESTAF, The Western States Arts Federation
Xanterra Resorts South Rim
Y.E.S. for Dine Bikeyah
The Grand Canyon Music Festival is supported in part by the Arizona Commission on the Arts, which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts, and with funds
provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), in partnership with Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon Association, with support from: Grand Canyon Plaza Hotel; Transcanyon Shuttle; North Country HealthCare; Vishnu Temple Press; Buck Wild Hummer Tours; Grand Canyon Railway and Hotel; Town of Tusayan; and with in-kind support from Xanterra Resorts Grand Canyon; Red Feather Lodge; Grand Canyon Plaza Hotel; Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn; Classical Arizona PBS; Delaware North Grand Canyon; Printing for Less; KNAU Arizona Public Radio; Plaza Bonita; Big E Steakhouse and Saloon; McDonald’s Tusayan; We Cook Pizza; Grand Canyon Camper Village; and many other individual and corporate sponsors.
The Festival administers the Native American Composer Apprentice Project (NACAP) with support from the National Endowment for the Arts; Y.E.S. for Diné Bikeyah and partner schools through funding from the Arizona Commission on the Arts; The ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Fund; the Arizona Woman’s Partnership; Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation; New Music USA (made possible by annual program support and/or endowment gifts from Helen F. Whitaker Fund, Aaron Copland Fund for Music). Expansion of NACAP to Whitehorse High School in Utah is funded in part by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums and the National Endowment for the Arts. Expansion of NACAP to Salt River High School on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Scottsdale is supported in part through funding from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and the Scottsdale League for the Arts. NACAP receives in-kind support from Recapture Lodge, Courtyard Scottsdale Salt River, Xanterra Resorts Grand Canyon South Rim, and Grand Canyon Camper Village. To follow NACAP as it unfolds, visit our NewMusic
USA Project Page: www.newmusicusa.org/projects/native-american-composer-apprentice-project-nacap-5/
The Grand Canyon Music Festival administers the Grand Canyon School of Rock with support from the Grand Canyon Rotary Club, Tusayan Sanitary District, and the Arizona Commission on the Arts, which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.
We pay special tribute to Ed Mell for 34 years of friendship and generosity. His painting “Sunrise Showers, Grand Canyon,” our most recent poster, celebrates the National Park Service Centennial. To Mia Bell, Laura Drabant, and the willing staff at Xanterra South Rim for their continued support of the arts at Grand Canyon National Park. To Amy Weltmer and Delaware North for their continued generous support. Thank you to the Stilo Group for support of our Tusayan banners, and thank you to Mayor Craig Sanderson, Tim Stein and the town of Tusayan. A special thank you to Clarinda and John Vail, Hannah Rotter and Ann Wren-Serna, and Laura Chastain and the Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Bureau.
Concerts are recorded by Classical Arizona PBS. Broadcasts can be heard on 89.5 KBACH, KNAU Arizona Public Radio, DTV 8.5 Classical Arizona PBS and via the Classical Arizona PBS Mobile app.
– To KNAU for their continued support of the Grand Canyon Music Festival.
⁃ To our Native American Composer Apprentice Project Partner Schools, Tuba City Boarding
School, Greyhills Academy, Whitehorse High School, Chinle High School, Tuba City High School, Hopi High School, and Salt River High School. NACAP could not happen without their talented and dedicated teachers, administrators and staff.
– To Tom Riggenbach and Navajo Y.E.S. (Youth Empowerment Services) for their immeasurable support of NACAP.
⁃ To Grand Canyon Unified Schools music teacher Bentley Monk, Superintendent Dr. Shonny Bria, Principal Tom Rowland, Assistant Principal Lori Rommel, Judi Beckerleg, Barbara Shields, and Matt Yost, for their support of the Grand Canyon School of Rock.
⁃ We thank our gracious hosts, Ann Wren-Serna, her family and staff of Grand Canyon Plaza Hotel; Clarinda Vail, Julie Aldaz, Trish Samples, and everyone at Red Feather Lodge; Christopher Shirley and everyone at Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn; John Reuter and everyone at Grand Canyon Camper Village.