|Vojkova 1, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 41 693 637|
|Metelkova 6, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Jani Toroš, President of the Gallus Foundation|
|Tomaž Bole, Secretary at the Gallus Foundation|
Though the project's history stretches back a few years more, one could say it was established in 1990, when it was set up under the name Gallus Fund alongside the Gallus Concert Agency. Both were managed by Gallus Carniolus Ltd. up until 1996 when they became two separate NGOs. However, they've remained a singular project to this day.
The agency itself is now managed by the Gallus J. Carniolus Institute, which functions also as a publishing house and a concert producer, offering consulting services in the field of cultural management and organisation.
Gallus foundation protégés
Since its establishment, the Gallus Foundation has supported more than 50 young talented musicians (mostly dealing with either classical or jazz music) with stipends for training at well-known academies and other music education institutions. For many of them, it has organised joint concerts with well-known musicians at eminent venues.
A number of the foundation's former protégés have become (or are bidding to become) prominent and internationally respected musical artists. Among them are the guitarists, , and ; the harpist ; the clarinettist ; the violinists and ; the pianist Aleksej Pudinov (RU); and the accordionist .
In 2017, Gallus Foundation joined the 2-year Creative Europe co-funded project International Classical Music Masterclasses – ARDEA, a transnational network of 3 organisations located in Croatia, Slovenia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Together they provide a complex project of musical education for young talented classical musicians, foremost by jointly exposing them to masterclasses with internationally renowned musicians.