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Please contact Legacy Fund chair for a donation form: 

For us to continue to be able to bring such notable pianists/artists to St. Louis for the benefit of our teachers and students, we need to replenish our fund.  So, with this in mind we would like to invite you to make a contribution to our SLAMTA legacy fund. Any amount will be gratefully received and you can be assured it will be used to provide more memorable opportunities and experiences for you and your students.  Our organization continues to provide membership with highest quality programs for self-enrichment and top quality events for students’ benefit. In the area, SLAMTA is second to none.  How did that happen? …because of you. 


Your contributions to this fund will help secure SLAMTA as a leading regional organization committed to the continued growth of its membership and to offering quality festivals, competitions and master classes for our students. Your donations will help bridge the gap between the limited amount we may be able to afford to pay visiting artists, lecturers, performers, etc. and the increasing amounts they charge.  Legacy Funds could also be used to underwrite something special, such as a Master Class given by a world renowned artist, or a recital series by local/regional performers.


Our  hope is that our SLAMTA Legacy Fund will grow from year to year.  We are the guardians of the future of SLAMTA. Please accept this invitation to give a generous gift to support this fund.  Any amount will be welcomed and received with gratitude. Your gift will be tax deductible and you will be helping to secure future excellent programming of our fine organization.  Friend and colleague, Marlita Weiss wrote: “As a member of SLAMTA, I have been to all the performances sponsored by the Legacy Fund. Many of my students attend with their families and are very inspired. It is a wonderful opportunity for the students to meet and interact with these special artists.I hope more teachers and music lovers support this activity” (Marlita Weiss)

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