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Gifts and grants made to Lyra Music support student scholarships and financial aid, sponsor performance and academic facilities, educational initiatives, free outreach concerts and programs open to the community... and so much more.  Every gift makes a tremendous impact. Thank you for joining us as we work to enhance the lives of young musicians and enrich communities through classical music.

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Lyra Music, Inc.
57 Robinson Street
Beacon, NY 12508

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Lyra Music, Inc. is a tax-exempt non-profit organization. All donations made to Lyra Music are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

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Benefactors $20,000+
The Seligman Foundation

Patrons $5,000+
Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
Anonymous Donor

Partners $2,500+
Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Co.

Sponsors $1000+
Springfield Local Cultural Council, Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP); GC Global Research, Carolyn Gray,
Franklin and Enid Odo, David and Alice Shearer, Kit and Marjan Voit, Marc and Daniela Wong

Associates $500+
Northampton Arts Council, Gaebler-Lowance Family Fund/Susan Lowance, The James S. Marcus Foundation, Platt Family Fund, Ross Stores Foundation, Patricia Da Silva and Daniel Lobo Berg, Mary Franks, Carl & Zinnia Gutowski, Daniel Kummer and Lisa Landau, Charles Thompson

Friends Up to $499
Amherst Cultural Council, Easthampton Cultural Council, South Hadley Cultural Council, Lathrop Community, Beverly Abegg, Beth Berkowitz and Josh Henkin, Jason Boorn, Marybeth Bridegam, Curtis Bryant, Rosemary Caviglia, Christine Cerny and Peter Krasnow, Patricia DaSilva, Joan Davis, Patricia DeAngelis, Simone Dinnerstein, Anna Elashvili and Dan Kohn, Lara Eshkenazi, Lawrence Frank, Gali Freedman, Margery and Arthur Groten, Sara Heaton, Anne Impellizzeri, Emily Jackson, Hardeep & Gita Johar, Frances Kadinoff, Patricia Kean, Barbara Kellum, Connie Kirk, Carolyn Kohn, Katherine Leddick, Donna Lee, Siu Hei Lee, Karin and Al Lemke, Jim Lichtenberg, Anne Lombard, Larry Luckman, Pago Lumban-Tobing and Stella Martomo, Carol Lutfy, Megan McFarland and Dan Tucker, Mike Magatagan, Peter and Jackie Michel, Barbara Miller, David Mozina, David Odo and Jany Keat, Jonathan and Christa Odo, John and Daphne Placais, John Seung Pak, Julie Reimann, Martha Robinson, Eleanor B. Rothman, Cheryl Schilling, Tom and Lois Schwab, Tirzah, D. Schwarz, Benjamin Seaman, Carolyn Shaak, Manami Shimo and Thomas Lee, Gretchen Skogerson, Rodica Stan, Karla Sukov, Erasmia Voukelatos, Marvin J. Ward, Barbara Welch, Joel Whitebook, Shoshana Wolfe, Daniel Yoo, Ellen and Takeshi Yoshiuchi

Smith College, Rieko Aizawa, Curtis Bryant Cellos, Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Co, Dean Cycon, Duo Amie, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Paola Biedma Fierro, Alex Fortes, Mary Franks, Adam Golka, Judith Gordon, Jeremy Jordan, Akiko, Kamigawara, Jane Keat, Alexandra Keller, Ellyses Kuan, Lisa Landau, Kristin Lee, Siu Hei Lee, Tomaso Milian, Grant Moss, Alexandra Ostrowski-Schilling, Joel Pitchon, Mary Prescott, Julie Reimann, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Jacob Savransky, Paula Scully, Alice and David Shearer, Gretchen Skogerson, Jesse Stacken, Matt Stamell, Stamell Stringed Instruments, State Street Fruit Store, Nicholas Tzavaras, Kit and Marjan Voit, Gilles Vonsattel, Frazer Ward, Julia Yang, Daniel Yoo, Ellen and Takeshi Yoshiuchi