RISING STARS: Fendi has teamed up with New York’s prestigious Juilliard School to spotlight the expertise of rising artists in numerous disciplines.
On July 21, Fendi will assign the Fendi Vanguard Award to 4 rising stars chosen amongst Julliard’s final-year college students enrolled within the bachelor’s, grasp’s and superior diploma applications.
The recipients of the primary Fendi Vanguard Awards are dancer Cyrie Topete and actress Morgan Scott, in addition to two musicians: trumpeter William Leathers and harpist Adam Phan. They will obtain a money prize and can be concerned in a mentorship program developed by the Rome-based luxurious home.
This is just not the primary time that Fendi has collaborated with Juilliard. Back in January, the Italian luxurious vogue home organized 4 Fendi Renaissance: Anima Mundi occasions the world over, the final staged in New York with six scholar musicians from the Juilliard Jazz Studies Program performing collectively at The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
On that event, Fendi began a donation program with the main faculty in performing arts schooling. The donation to Juilliard can be channeled towards scholar scholarships within the disciplines of music, dance and drama.
“Following the collaboration for the Anima Mundi series, which brought a celebration of the arts through the student’s performance, Fendi is proud to give an opportunity to students to further explore their craft and bring their talents into the world with the support of both Fendi and The Juilliard School,” stated Fendi chairman and chief government officer Serge Brunschwig.
On Wednesday, Juilliard will even host the digital “Entrepreneurship Symposium” sponsored by Fendi. Featuring a spread of cross-industry conversations with Juilliard alumni and Fendi executives, it is going to put the deal with the significance of nourishing an entrepreneurial spirit to realize inventive success.