American Pianists Association

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The American Pianists Association (APA) was founded in New York City in 1979 as the Beethoven Foundation. In 1982, the Foundation moved its national headquarters to Indianapolis, Indiana, because of its central geography, reasonable cost structure and personal ties by two of its founders, Tony Habig and Victor Borge.





The APA has held competitions for classical pianists from 1979 forward, and began competitions for jazz pianists in 1992. Its purpose has evolved to one of developing significant

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