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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 SUPPORTERS
The Seligman Foundation
Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP)
Daniel Kummer and Lisa Landau, David and Alice Shearer, Marc and Daniela Wong
Northampton Arts Council, Gaebler Family Charitable Gift Fun, The James S. Marcus Foundation, Ross Stores Foundation
Judd Burstein, Patrick and Grace Cahill, Eric Eaton, Carl & Zinnia Gutowski, Sharon O’Brien and Steve Paddon, Franklin and Enid Odo
Friends Up to $499
Allianz Asset Management of America, Beechwood Arts Fundraising Partner, Milton Hart Foundation, Mu Phi Epsilon, Platt Family Fund
Cory Abate-Shen, Sebastien Ammann, Walter Aparicio, Eddy Aristilde, Sean Baker, Holly and Gig Barton, Geraldine Berenson, Sid and Suzanne Bernstein, David Buck, Patrick Burke, Christine Cerny, Howard Chernick, Yoon Choi, Debra Cohn, Koko Nishizuka Dale, Patricia DaSilva, Katherine Dreyfuss, Carolyn Dow, Margaret Feldman, Elizabeth Fine, Henry and Jaki Florsheim, Lawrence Frank, Mary Franks, Sally Friedman, Nora Gibson, Anjali Goyal, Khalid Griffith, Margery and Arthur Groten, Trevor Gureckis, Natalie and Jackson Hardaker, Louis Harrigan, Jr., Sara Heaton, Donna Henken, Anne Impellizzeri, Trenton Jerde, Hardeep & Gita Johar, Frances Kadinoff, Shirley Kao, Joan Katz, Jean Kim, Julie Kirkland, Rebecca Klein, Allison Kline, Carolyn Kohn, Peter and Christine Krasnow, Caressa and David Leatherwood, Siu Hei Lee, Matthias Lehner, Karin and Al Lemke, Anjanette Levert, Ruth Livingston, Larry Luckman, Carol Lutfy, David Manier, Jun Matsuyoshi, Megan McFarland and Dan Tucker, Solomon Mikowsky, David Mozina, Joe Muskatel, Jonathan Odo, Sophia Pappas, Angela Paris, Joan Pierpoline and Chin Koock, Stephen and Puangpen Prescott, Ben & Janet Pyne, Julie Reimann, Eleanor B. Rothman, Benjamin Seaman, JP Schlegelmilch, Tom and Lois Schwab, Mark Schwartz, Benjamin Seaman, Carolyn Shaak, Miok and David Snow, Bob and Pat Stacken, Karla Sukov, Ellyses Tai, Toula Tavlarides, Eleanor Tewlow, Zoe Tipler, Jaimie Van Dyke, Sugar Vendil, Kirsten Volness, Suzanne Wagor, Marvin J. Ward, Will and Eve Wolff, Vlada Yaneva, Ellen Yoshiuchi
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Smith College, St. John’s Episcopal Church, The Eric Carle Museum, The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, (le) Poisson Rouge, WQXR/WNYC, Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, Botanica Wine, Bizalion Fine Foods, Dia Art Foundation, Harlem Built, Howland Chamber Music Circle, KIT+SYL Jewlery, Mark Morris Dance Center, Stamell Stringed Instruments, Swann Inn, 92nd Street Y,
Sebastien Amman, Debbie Azikiwe, Sean Baker, Paula Biedma Fierro and Sean Clapis, Michael Brown, Frederic Chiu, Simone Dinnerstein, Mary Franks, Gali Freedman, Sara Heaton, Beth Higgins, Erika Kapin (Erika Kapin Photography), Alexandra Keller, Henry Kramer, Antonin Kratochvil, Gabriella Kratochvil, Wendy, Lam, Lisa Landau, Emma McCagg, Tomaso Milian, Grant Moss, Alexandra Ostrowski Schilling, Mary Prescott, Paula Scully, David and Alice Shearer, Doug Slawin, Jesse Stacken, Christopher Thorp (Christopher Thorp Violins), Marjan and Kit Voit, Frazer Ward