THE FREDERICK LOEWE FOUNDATION

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   ABOUT THE FREDERICK LOEWE FOUNDATION
Today, The Frederick Loewe Foundation makes grants of over $400,000 a year which, in accordance with directions from the Foundation's Board of Directors, are intended to protect and preserve Frederick Loewe's musical legacy, to expand public awareness of the composer and his music and to benefit the musical theater more generally.

For information concerning applying to the Foundation for a grant, please click here.


The Frederick Loewe Foundation, Inc. is a New York non-profit corporation exempt from federal income tax under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.   It was established by composer Frederick Loewe in 1956 for the purpose of making charitable contributions to causes of his choice.  Upon his death in 1988, Loewe bequeathed ownership of his copyrights to the Foundation -- including his interests in the musicals and songs he wrote with lyricist Alan Jay Lerner.  

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Emily Altman has been President of the Foundation since November 2013.

The Frederick Loewe Foundation can be contacted at info@loewefoundation.org


The Foundation also controls the Loewe copyrights and, with the heirs of Alan Jay Lerner, is responsible for licensing the theatrical and musical properties of Lerner & Loewe, including My Fair LadyCamelotBrigadoonGigi and Paint Your Wagon.    

For information concerning theatrical and music licensing, please click here.


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