Welcome to the Stanley Clarke Foundation.

Stanley is preparing to celebrate 15th Anniversary of the Stanley Clarke Scholarship for talented young artists in preparation for a career in music on February 23. Helping the next generation achieve their dreams and aspirations is near and dear to Stanley’s heart, and something he strongly believes is the duty of those who realized their own success.

The Stanley Clarke Scholarship Foundation invites you to attend the 15th Anniversary Stanley Clarke Scholarship Finals Concert on February 23, 2019, 8:00 pm, at the Musicians Institute’s new state of-the-art venue:

LIVE HOUSE HOLLYWOOD, 1534 N. Highland Ave, LA, CA 90028.

Tickets to attend a VIP reception with Stanley after the concert are available with each donation $100 or more.

100% of donations go to scholarships.

A distinguished panel of guest judges will select the scholarship winners. This year our panel of judges and performers include Stewart Copeland (Police), Sheila E (Prince), Frank Gambale (RTF), Bunny Brunel (CAB), Verdine White (Earth, Wind & Fire), Greg Phillinganes (Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton),
Aleena Gibson (Songwriter), Sunnie Paxson (Pianist), Armand Sabal-Lecco (Paul Simon Bassist)and Pauline Frechette (Theatrical Composer).

Join Stanley Come out, enjoy some great music, and help support the next generation of musical talent!

The Stanley Clarke Scholarship Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization, donations to which are tax-deductible. Federal ID: 20-8819686. The official registration and financial information of the Stanley Clarke Scholarship Foundation may be obtained from the California Secretary of State’s Office.


Since 2001, the Stanley Clarke Foundation has provided scholarships for talented and very deserving young artists as they prepare for a career in music. In collaboration with The Musicians Institute, the foundation produces an annual concert, which features some of the top names in music.  Some of the talents who have participated in past events include Stevie Wonder, Bela Fleck, Sheila E, Stuart Copeland, Flea, Marcus Miller, Al Di Meola, Lenny White, Patrice Rushen, and Jean Luc Ponty, to name a few.

The Stanley Clarke Foundation reflects its namesake’s commitment to empowering generations of musicians to achieve their highest professional aspirations, regardless of socioeconomic circumstances.

You can assist us in our mission.  Please make a tax-deductible donation to the foundation now. Together, we can continue to light the way for developing talents of the future.