Stephanie Chase, Artistic Director
Support the Music of the Spheres Society, Inc.
We welcome all donations in any amount!
The Music of the Spheres Society, Inc. is incorporated as a non-profit organization and has 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status.
Unless restricted, all donations to Music of the Spheres aid in underwriting concert production expenses and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Typical per-concert expenses include artist fees, concert hall rentals, piano rentals and tunings, music purchases or rentals, and mailing and printing costs.
A donation of $5000 sponsors one typical concert with five artists and pre-concert talk.
A donation of $1250 pays for our independent accounting audit, required by law.
A donation of $750 sponsors one artist for one concert.
A donate $250 sponsors the printing of our postcard announcements.
A donation of $200 sponsors one pre-concert speaker.
A donation of $125 sponsors one rental of the concert hall piano OR one tuning of the piano.
The Music of the Spheres Society strives to keep its ticket prices low in order to be as inclusive as possible to the community, and therefore relies on the generosity of individual donors and corporate sponsors. Levels of donation are:
Cosmos: $10,000 and higher
Planets: under $125
Donations to the Music of the Spheres Society may be made...
1. By check or money order, payable to "Music of the Spheres Society" and mailed to the address below (or by hand to the box office at one of our concerts).
2. By stock transfer.
3. Through our secure PayPal account, by pressing the "Donate" button above and using a credit card.
4. Through our secure Facebook Causes account, using the link above and a credit card.
As is required by law, the Music of the Spheres Society, Inc. will make its accounts available to the public on demand.
For further information regarding donations, please contact:
Music of the Spheres Society, Inc.
46 Riverside Drive, Suite 2N
New York, NY 10024
Tel: (212) 877-4402
The Music of the Spheres Society presents innovative programs of chamber music concerts, lectures, and educational workshops that illuminate music’s historical, philosophical and scientific foundations. It is non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.