Applications are now open for Round 2 of Take Note Colorado’s 2021 Grant Program. The Take Note Grant Program is a responsive, competitive opportunity for individuals and organizations statewide to offer highly inclusive, culturally relevant and student-centered music introduction. Individuals and organizations can apply for up to $10,000 to develop programming that meets Take Note’s goal.
March 2, 2021 – Governor Jared Polis announced that renowned musician Wesley Schultz of The Lumineers has agreed to serve as Artist Ambassador and co-chair of the Take Note Colorado (TNC) Board of Directors. Gov. Polis also reported that the non-profit has raised $229,100 and distributed funds to 24 organizations across Colorado.
Take Note is thrilled to announce a partnership with Uku Global, who will be supporting our summer music programming by providing their beautiful handmade ukuleles for students to use! Uku believes in community and the power of music to bring people together and has been committed to supporting local initiatives and nonprofits with their work. …
Bringing Music To Life, a Colorado nonprofit organization has its grant application open now through March 31st for Colorado teachers. Bringing Music To Life has donated instruments to over 200 Colorado schools over the past eight years. Apply for classroom instruments for your students. Click here to apply and learn more!
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation has issued Take Note Colorado a $50,000 grant in support of music-making for Colorado students.
Grammy-nominated The Fray, fronted by co-chair of Take Note Colorado, Isaac Slade, will be headlining this year’s Sing It To Me Santa benefit concert, supporting act Tracksuit Wedding.
Jazz Aspen Snowmass, Take Note Colorado, Macy’s, and Bringing Music to Life: Teaming Up To Collect Gently Used Instruments For Students
Jazz Aspen Snowmass, Macy’s, Bringing Music to Life and Take Note Colorado are partnering up on their Back to School Instrument Drive, August 5-25 to help bring more instruments into the hands of Colorado Students this school year.
Take Note Colorado partner, Denver Arts and Venues, through their Denver Music Advancement Fund, will provide $80,000, up to $7,500 per grant, to support Denver’s music ecosystem, including musicians and leaders in businesses, government, nonprofits, and educational institutions to advance music-centric initiatives that advance music.
PorchLight Real Estate Group announces over $100,000 presenting sponsorship of Take Note Event at Red Rocks
PorchLight Real Estate Group announced that they will be the presenting sponsor of A Take Note Event at Red Rocks on August 17, 2018. The event will be held prior to the Old Crow Medicine Show concert as a celebration of founding members of Take Note Colorado’s new Music Producers Circle.
Jazz Aspen Snowmass (JAS) is partnering with Take Note Colorado to bring complimentary Beat Lab workshops to both the Basalt and Glenwood Springs Libraries, coinciding with the National Collaborative Summer Library Program summer theme: Libraries Rock! Workshops will start the week of June 11.