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    Support The Chorus!

    To make great music, we need great friends.   Performing magnificent repertoire in major venues requires a serious investment of time, energy, artistry … and money.  Though we tirelessly seek to maximize our income from ticket sales, engagement fees, foundations and member dues, and to minimize our expenses through judicious management and the heroic labors of an impassioned corps of volunteers, we count on the visionary support of enlightened donors.

    Your inspired generosity supports the expanding scope and reach as well as the perennial vitality and relevance of what we do.  You are helping to create performances and so much more: artistic partnerships; community outreach; commissions from talented composers; regional premieres of neglected masterpieces; life-changing performance opportunities for budding choral singers; exhilarating musical encounters for underserved or inexperienced listeners; exceptional showcases for emerging soloists on the cusp of important careers; training and mentorship of promising conductors.  Ours is a dynamic mission not merely of preservation but also of cultural transmission and renewal.

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    Annual Fund

    Composer's Fund

     

    Educational Outreach

    Second Century Fund

    David and Mildred Randolph
    Conductor's Chair

    Annual Fund -
    Recurring Monthly Donation

    Donation options

    Auction - Become a Sponsor

    Sponsorship Levels

     

     

    Fund Descriptions:

    Annual Fund - Contributions are used to cover operating expenses associated with producing concerts in Carnegie Hall and other venues. There are various levels of giving with benefits described for each giving level. Your gift enables us to meet the significant costs of producing memorable musical experiences for you, our audience.

    Endowment Funds - Contributions provide long-term financial stability for the Chorus. Income from the Endowment Funds supplements the Annual Fund to cover concert production costs. Contributions may be directed to either or both the Second Century Fund and the David and Mildred Randolph Conductor's Chair.

    Educational Outreach - Since 2000, The Cecilia Chorus of New York has provided an educational outreach program that enables young people, seniors, and others throughout New York City to attend our Carnegie Hall performances. We target students and other individuals who might otherwise never have the opportunity to hear a live concert of classical choral music.

    Composers Fund - With a contribution to the Composers Fund you join with others in supporting  the commission and performance of  contemporary choral music.

    These are major areas of general chorus expense that require consistent funding - you will know that your contribution at these levels sustain essential ongoing investments such as these for The Chorus’s continued financial health.

    GIVING LEVELS

    GIVING CATEGORY

    BENEFITS

    (cumulative from the bottom-up)

    $15,000 and up

    Season or Benefit Sponsor

     

    Developed in discussion with donor/underwriter

    $10,000 to $14,999

    Conductor’s Baton

     

    Admission for six to all Carnegie Hall concerts

    $5,000 to $ 9,999

    Conductor’s Podium

     

    Meet the composer and a private dinner for four with the Conductor

    $2,500 to $ 4,999

    Conductor’s Circle

     

    Invitation to Annual Conductor’s Reception for four

    $1,000 to $ 2,499

    Benefactor

     

    Backstage access to meet soloists

    $500 to $ 999

    Patron

     

    Invitation for two to fall and spring orchestra rehearsals

    $250 to $ 499

    Sponsor

     

    Invitation for two to an orchestra rehearsal

    $100 to $ 249

    Donor

     

    Invitation to Annual David Randolph Memorial Lecture

    $10 to $99

    Contributor

    Recognition in Carnegie Hall Playbill