Debussy Trio Music Foundation


The Debussy Trio Music Foundation maintains an international program which encourages the presentation of chamber music concerts for harp, flute and viola as the core group. Activities include commissioning new works for The Debussy Trio, performing world and regional premieres, international tours, radio broadcasts, recordings, and educational and community outreach programs.

To accomplish its purpose, the DTMF seeks support from individuals, foundations, corporations, and governmental arts agencies.

Become A Supporter

Individual supporters are the most important source of funding. As some states are cutting arts funding to zero only individuals can make the difference. The DTMF will match you with a COMMISSIONING PROJECT that will provide an exciting connection between you and the creation of a musical composition. You can be in the wings as The Debussy Trio performances expand public interest and enthusiastic appreciation for "your" composition. When you fund PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN AND FAMILIES to share you make the difference in the cultural life
of our country.

For more information contact
Debussy Trio Music Foundation
(a non-profit corporation)


DTMF funds commissions primarily of American composers. Solicitations are not accepted. Commissions encompass a wide range of musical styles and ensembles with harp, flute and viola as the core group. Composers are encouraged to submit compositions for review by The Debussy Trio for possible future performances. Many are now published by Fatrockink of Los Angeles and are available in print and download formats at See list of Debussy Trio Music Foundation Biennial Competition winners published by Fatrock Ink.


The Debussy Trio offers interactive Musical Adventure programs for K-12 and families. The Trio is nationally recognized for its skill in communicating with audiences from every cultural background and age level. It has performed over 1,200 concerts for over 350,000 youth. Community arts organizations, school administrators and parent support groups are encouraged to present these specially designed concerts which provide an important musical and educational opportunity for underserved families. Some co-funding is available.


Artist-in-Residence programs provide cultural and educational enrichment by placing The Debussy Trio on university campuses to perform, work with aspiring composers, encourage excellence from young performers and stimulate musical awareness in the general campus population. Community arts and presenter organizations are encouraged to participate. Some co-funding is available.