The French-American Piano Society is a non-profit organization designed to promote cultural exchange, education, and networking between France and the United States through French pianists and music. Founded in 2014 by Dr. Mathieu Petitjean, the French-American Piano Society provides scholarships for aspiring young French pianists to attend competitions and festivals in the United States, presents world-renowned artists in recital, and endeavors to promote the activities of French pianists in America and American pianists dedicated to French piano music.

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French American Piano, Inc is a non-profit New York Corporation, incorporated in 2014. It has received  a 503(c)3 IRS Tax Exempt status in 2015, and a New York State Sales Tax Exemption in 2017. The Officers are Mathieu M. Petitjean, Ph.D., Helene P. Petitjean, MD, and Pierre Cournot, Esq.

Annual Reports:

2017 Annual Report (PDF, Online)

2016 Annual Report (PDF. Online)

2015 Annual Report (PDF, Online)

2014 Annual Report (PDF)


Conflict of Interests Policy (PDF)


General Terms and Conditions (PDF)


IRS 501(c)3 IRS determination Letter (PDF)

NY ST-199 Exempt Organization Certificate (PDF)


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