The magnificent gala in February of next year will feature a sophisticated evening with a cocktail reception, a three-course meal, and dancing until four in the morning. The quadrille performance itself is the evening’s main attraction. One of the rare events in New York City that still requires white tie is the sophisticated quadrille.
The yearly event is a fundraiser for scholarships for deserving German or American college students. Decades ago, the Quadrille was established to strengthen and enhance transatlantic ties via trade and education. The Germanistic Society of America, the Quadrille’s non-profit parent organization, provides undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral student funding.
Volunteers work together to plan the Quadrille Ball so that sponsors, advertisers, contributors, and ball attendees may benefit from the stipend fund with tax-deductible donations. The young professionals from many nations and backgrounds who give their time to practice the dance over the winter months are the ones who perform it at the Quadrille Ball.
Students can study and research across the Atlantic with the stipends granted by the 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Recipients of scholarships are selected in collaboration with three prestigious institutions: Columbia University, the Institute of International Education (IIE), and the Fulbright program. For nearly a decade, the Germanic Society of America has funded nearly 700 students.
With the consistent and kind assistance of business sponsors, individual patrons, and other private donations, the Quadrille Stipend Fund can fund the Germanic Society of America and award scholarships to deserving students from Germany and the United States with the assistance of monetary and non-monetary donations. The Mejean Family Foundation, the Full Scholarship Sponsor, Dr. William Radin, The Bye Family, and Max Kade Foundation, Inc. are Platinum Sponsors; Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Shiva, the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, and The Bye Family are Diamond Sponsors.
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- The 63rd Annual Quadrille Ball is a prestigious private event in New York City, featuring a sophisticated evening with a cocktail reception, three-course meal, and dancing until 4 AM, with the Quadrille performance as the main attraction.
- The Quadrille Ball serves as a fundraiser for scholarships benefiting German or American college students, established decades ago to strengthen transatlantic ties through trade and education, managed by the Germanistic Society of America, a non-profit organization.
- Volunteers plan the Quadrille Ball, and funds raised through sponsors, advertisers, contributors, and attendees go to the Quadrille Stipend Fund, supporting students studying and researching across the Atlantic through tax-deductible donations.
- The Stipend Fund collaborates with prestigious institutions like Columbia University, the Institute of International Education (IIE), and the Fulbright program, with consistent support from business sponsors and individual patrons, including Platinum Sponsors like the Mejean Family Foundation, Dr. William Radin, The Bye Family, and Max Kade Foundation, Inc., as well as Diamond Sponsors like Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Shiva, the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation, and The Bye Family.