The XIV annual Leo Frankel Tribute &
“Broadcast” screening of the 2016 grand finale concert at Disney Hall

Friday, December 9, 6PM – Hillcrest Country Club
10000 Pico Boulevard, Cheviot Hills
Hosted by Mary Levin Cutler

6:00pm Wine & Social / 6:30pm Concert / 7:30 Dinner

iPalpiti orchestra/Maestro Eduard Schmieder
Mendelssohn/Tchaikovsky/Schubert-Mahler &more

This Annual Fundraiser Event by invitation only (invitations mailed one month prior to event)
All RSVP levels include cocktails, concert and dinner/ or reception • All proceeds will go toward the Leo Frankel Memorial Award Fund.

RSVP: $250
• Tribute Event for ONE
RSVP: $1,800
• Tribute Event for TWO
Benefactor Partnership (valued over $1000) for 2017 Season
RSVP: $3,600
“Adopt an Artist” 2017
• One Tribute Event for FOUR
Benefactor Partnership (valued over $1000) for 2017 Season
RSVP: $18,000
• Underwrite Leo Frankel Violin Chair (awarded to iPalpiti Concertmaster during 2017 Season)
• Tribute Event for TEN
• Ten VIP Seats at iPalpiti Grand-Finale at Disney Hall, July 29, 2017
• Acknowledgment in All iPalpiti Programs & Festivals Brochures of 2017.
Seating is limited  • RSVP by NOVEMBER 22nd • California Festive Formal

Established in 2003, the Fund honors Leo Frankel, a founding board member of iPalpiti, and a gifted violinist. Leo’s son, Nathan , continues in his father’s steps as a member of the iPalpiti board/advisory and, he has been performing with iPalpiti artists in this annual tribute event. Since its founding, iPalpiti has provided essential support to 248 musicians in 45 countries. Through the Frankel Fund the legacy of Leo’s love for music continues to support the most outstanding and deserving young professional classical musicians of this generation. The Frankel Fund is a significant contributor toward the ongoing success of iPalpiti.

iPalpiti Artists International, founded in 1998, is a 501c3 non-profit organization, dedicated to the artistic career advancement of exceptionally gifted young professional musicians and to the promotion of peace and understanding through music. Under direction of Maestro Eduard Schmieder, the acclaimed iPalpiti orchestra & Soloists present annually 25-30 prize-winning artists from around the globe in concerts, festivals, national and international tours. Your contribution supports iPalpiti artists and the future of classical culture.

All proceeds will go toward the Leo Frankel Memorial Award Fund.