Our Keyholders are a small group of donors and strategic partners who will copper-fasten the Competition for 2022 and sustain and strengthen our organisation into the future.
We are looking to Keyholders to join us:
If you are a company interested in becoming a strategic Keyholder, we can explore the myriad ways we can work with you to align our goals, deliver maximum brand presence and PR reach, staff engagement opportunities and exclusive hospitality experiences for your stakeholders, ensuring superb return on investment.
We wish to acknowledge the generous support of an anonymous donor through the Ireland Funds of America – Donor Advised Fund.
At Bartra we’re delighted to come on board as a Keyholder in support of the Dublin International Piano Competition. Music brings us joy, helps us express our values and builds bridges between cultures. The Dublin International Piano Competition, with its rich legacy of fostering musical excellence over the past 30 years, is one of the world’s great examples of this. We are proud to play our part in the development of the next generation of great Irish and international pianists.
Richard Barrett, Founder of Bartra Group.
Supporting excellence in performance, commitment and passion is as important on the musical stage as it is in business. For many years, the DIPC has brought the best of the world’s young pianists to Dublin in a superb competition that has set many prize winners off on their international concert performance careers, while also nurturing young Irish pianists and highlighting pieces written by contemporary Irish composers. We are delighted to be part of this continuing Irish and international story success by supporting DIPC’s Keyholder Campaign.
Chris Horn and Karlin Lillington
As Chair of the Dublin International Piano Competition and someone who has always valued the joy that playing the piano has brought into my life, my company FinRes is very proud to be a key sponsor of the Competition. I invite you to join me as a Keyholder and play a leading role in ensuring this world class competition continues to transform the lives of young pianists and thrives into the future.
John Hannon, Chair of DIPC and Managing Director, FinRes
I am delighted to support the Dublin International Piano Competition, which for many years has been to the forefront of fostering musical excellence among young Irish and international pianists. The Competition has transformed the lives and careers of many pianists over the last 30 years and helps to secure Ireland’s place as the custodian of one of the world’s leading piano competitions’ Carmel Naughton, DIPC Keyholder and Patron of the Arts.