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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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Benefactors $20,000+
The Seligman Foundation

Patrons $10,000+
GC Global Research

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

Sponsors $1000+
Springfield Local Cultural Council, Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP),
Carolyn Gray and George Peppard, Daniel Kummer and Lisa Landau, The Platt Family Fund/Yolanda Wu, David and Alice Shearer, The Wong Family/Mark, Daniela, Michele and Christian, Ellen and Takeshi Yoshiuchi

Associates $500+
Amherst Cultural Council, The Gaebler-Lowance Family Fund/Susan Lowance, Mary Franks, Hardeep & Gita Johar, David Mozina and Ling Zhang, Julie Reimann, Manami Shimo and Thomas Lee, Charles Thompson

Friends Up to $499
Easthampton Cultural Council, Northampton Arts Council, South Hadley Cultural Council, Lathrop Community, Capital Music Gear, Ross Stores Foundation, Henry Asher, Eliot Bailen, Beth Berkowitz and Josh Henkin, Yari Bond, Marybeth Bridegam, Rosemary Caviglia, Christine Cerny and Peter Krasnow, Anna Elashvili and Dan Kohn, Elizabeth Fine, Margery and Arthur Groten, Bruce Hart, Rebecca Hartie, Sara Heaton, Donna Henken, Anne Impellizzeri, Emily Jackson, Frances Kadinoff, Barbara Kellum, Rebecca Klein, Cynthia and Paul Lane, Karin and Al Lemke, Ed Loizides, Anne Lombard, Larry Luckman, Carol Lutfy, Megan McFarland and Dan Tucker, Mike Magatagan, Gael McCarthy, Heejung Michel, Peter Michel, Barbara Miller, Kristin Moon, Uzal De Montserrat, April Newbauer and Nicholas Poser, Franklin and Enid Odo, Jon and Christa Odo, John Seung Pak, David Pinkard, Shauna Quill, Martha Robinson, William Rosenthal, Eleanor B. Rothman, Cheryl Schilling, Benjamin Seaman, Carolyn Shaak, Gretchen Skogerson, Rodica Stan, Karla Sukov, Richard Teller, Page Tolbert, Linda Vargas, Marvin J. Ward, Alan Weiner

Smith College, Rieko Aizawa, Victor Santiago Asuncion, Yari Bond, Curtis Bryant, Curtis Bryant Cellos, Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Co, Dean Cycon, Duo Amie, The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Fei-Fei, Mary Franks, Judith Gordon, Akiko, Kamigawara, Jane Keat, Alexandra Keller, Ellyses Kuan, Lisa Landau, Pei-Shan Lee, Siu Hei Lee, Emma Milian, Max Milian, Tomaso Milian, Jesse Mills, Grant Moss, Ayano Ninomiya, Alexandra Ostrowski-Schilling, Joel Pitchon, Mary Prescott, Raman Ramakrishnan, Julie Reimann, Frederic Renaud, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Astrid Schween, Paula Scully, Maya Scully, Alice and David Shearer, Gretchen Skogerson, Jesse Stacken, Matt Stamell, Stamell Stringed Instruments, State Street Fruit Store, Kit and Marjan Voit, Frazer Ward, Alan Weiner, Daniel Yoo, Ellen and Takeshi Yoshiuchi