Archives: July 2011

Salomé’s Donor Match Challenge!

As Salomé just achieved 501c3 non-profit status last month, we just received word that an anonymous donor has agreed to match $10,000, dollar for dollar that we raise, for a kickstart fundraising campaign! We’re asking our friends and fans to consider supporting Salomé, not only because it is the fastest growing orchestra in NYC right now, but also because there are some *fantastic* benefits to joining at the various levels (in addition to your contributions being tax deductible).


We encourage everyone to check out our Support section for this exciting upcoming season–including World Premieres of works written in the 19th century at our Opening Night in Carnegie Hall, a string orchestra performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations on Bach’s birthday at St. Bart’s Church, our first annual Young Artists Competition for string players under the age of 18, and collaborations with the FEED and Trevor Projects.  For all patrons under the age of 30, there’s also the Young Patrons of Salomé program which entitles you to free cocktail dance parties and private receptions.  And for all of you musicians, there are various tiers of patronage that will enable you to perform at Salon concerts with the incredible members of Salomé at Steinway Hall.


Of course, we welcome any corporate gift matching programs, so please consider that to get you to the next level of sponsorship!  Our goal is to create a viable artistic organization that promotes classical music to a younger demographic of audience members through collaboration with other non-profit organizations and innovative programming and your support–no matter how small or large your contribution–will help us achieve it!

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