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Support Chamber Music Pittsburgh

You Make What We Do Possible!

Your support helps us present world-class chamber music ensembles and soloists, promising emerging artists, and innovative programs; and to foster an appreciation for chamber music in the Pittsburgh community by offering educational programs and experiences.

We are grateful for your support!

Chamber Music Pittsburgh is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Just Summer 2022 at The Highline, featured C Street Brass and is one of many free programs supported with your donations!

Other Ways To Donate

  • Call 412-626-6121 to donate via credit card 
  • Mail a check payable to Chamber Music Pittsburgh to:

Chamber Music Pittsburgh
212 45th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201

You will receive a tax acknowledgement letter.

Do you have a string instrument, bows, or accessories to donate?
Email info@chambermusicpittsburgh.org to schedule a pick up.

The Beethoven Society

Leave a legacy of music. Play a part in the future of Chamber Music Pittsburgh through your planned gift!

The Beethoven Society has been developed for chamber music lovers who wish to leave a permanent legacy of support for Chamber Music Pittsburgh in their wills or other estate plans. Like the enduring beauty of Beethoven’s music, the generosity of our Beethoven Society member lives on – ensuring that future generations can enjoy and be inspired by world-class chamber music in Pittsburgh. Your gift of any size is truly meaningful!

If you have already made a provision for a planned gift, please let us know so that we may welcome you into The Beethoven Society and acknowledge and honor your commitment.

We are immensely grateful to the following Beethoven Society benefactors:

Edith H. Blattner

Gerri Kay

Nathan Melamed

Audrey S. Schoenwald

    names are listed in the program according to the following levels:

    • Impresario: $50,000 – $100,000
    • Stradivarius: $20,000 -$49,999
    • Visionary: $15,000 – $19,999
    • Benefactor: $10,000 – $14,999
    • Virtuoso: $5,000 – $9,999
    • Soloist: $2,000 – $4,999
    • Prodigy: $1,000 – $1,999
    • First Chair: $500 – $999
    • Artiste: $250 – $499
    • Aficionado: $100 – $249
    • Friend: $1 – $99

    our supporters

    Chamber Music Pittsburgh gratefully acknowledges our supporters, without whom our concerts would not be possible.

    The following list reflects cumulative gifts between August 1, 2022 and August 1, 2023. Every attempt has been made to ensure these listings are accurate and comprehensive; please inform us of any oversights, which are unintentional.

    Chamber Music Pittsburgh is supported in part by the taxpayers of Allegheny County through a public grant from the Allegenghy Regional Asset District (RAD). RAD works here. 

    Our 2023-24 Residency Program is made possible in part through the Arts CONNECT program of MidAtlantic Arts with support from the National Endowment for the Arts: www.midatlanticarts.org

    IMPRESARIO $50,000+

    • Anonymous
    • RK Mellon and McCune Foundations

    STRADIVARIUS $20,000- $49,999

    • Russell and Kathy Ayres
    • The Heinz Endowments
    • The Hillman Family Foundations
    • Henry L. Hillman Foundation
    • Laurel Foundation

    VISIONARY $15,000-$19,999

    • Allegheny Regional Asset District
    • Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation
    • The Opportunity Fund

    BENEFACTOR $10,000-$14,999

    • Armstrong-Pride Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation
    • Fine Foundation
    • PA Council on the Arts

    VIRTUOSO $5,000-$9,999

    • Anonymous
    • Anonymous Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation (1)
    • Jane MacLeod
    • Frederick W. Steinberg

    SOLOIST $2,000-$4,999

    • Anonymous Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation (2)
    • Don and Mary Block
    • Laurie and Frank Bruns
    • Susan Campbell and Patrick Curry
    • Robert J Chiu, MD
    • Brian and Marisa Eden
    • Jay Klevens in memory of Alice Klevens
    • Burl JF Moone III
    • Audrey S. Schoenwald
    • Alexandre Dombrovski and Isabella Soreca
    • The Sherle and Michael Berger Charitable Foundation of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Pittsburgh

    PRODIGY $1,000-$1,999

    • Jerry Agin and Terri Denmon-Agin
    • Dr. P Alvin and Mary K Zamba Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation
    • Ariadne Beldecos and Robert A Yager
    • Patricia K. Crumrine
    • David Harding
    • William and Victoria Guy
    • Dale Hershey
    • Kathryn Logan
    • Timothy R. Williams

    FIRST CHAIR $500-$999

    • Patrick and Michele Atkins
    • Byham Charitable Foundation
    • Dr. Owen Cantor
    • William Cornell
    • Linda and Robert Ellison
    • Margaret Hamstead
    • Arthur J Kerr, Jr.
    • Mike and Cele Levine
    • Joseph Melichar
    • Elizabeth Mertz
    • Paul Needle and Ellen Berne
    • Josephine E Olson
    • Dr. Tor Richter and Karen E Esch
    • Philip Volpe

    ARTISTE $250-$499

    • Anonymous
    • Susan and David Brownlee
    • Yeeha Chiu in memory of Nat Melamed
    • Jonathan Harris
    • Ellen and Nick Johnson
    • Elsa Limbach
    • Joseph Locker
    • Robert and Laura Marin
    • Nancy Reese
    • William J McAllister and Janet L Sarbaugh
    • Lee and Lyrna Silverman Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation
    • Eva D. Vaughan

    AFICIONADO $100-$249

    • Shalini R. Ayyagari
    • Jeffrey Brightshue
    • John and Maggie Charley
    • Rosemary Coffee
    • Jim and Laurie Cunningham
    • Judi Diven
    • Michael Dover
    • David and Carol Gillis
    • Marylene Gingras-Roy
    • Dave Givens
    • Cathy and Ken Glick
    • Nancy and Mel Goldstein
    • Susan Hershenson in memory of Lee Hershenson
    • Carol Hochman and William Lafe
    • James Knox
    • Nancy and Stan Lehman in memory of Edward Jasiewicz
    • Kenneth Manders
    • Walt Martin
    • Mitch and Debbie Levy-McKenney
    • Sheila and Michael Nathanson
    • S.A. Neff
    • Laura Quinn
    • Lorrie Rabin and William Paul Pitts
    • Urban Schuster
    • Paul and Linda Silver
    • Henry Snyder
    • Carolyn Steglich
    • Judith Sutton
    • Mark Thomas
    • Peggy Walsh
    • Cindy and Walter Watson
    • Lawrence Yagoda
    • Ronald Zera

    FRIEND $1-$99

    • Anonymous (4)
    • Allyn Auck
    • David Daniel Bowes
    • Karl and Karen Bruch
    • William Burgunder
    • Laurence P Comden
    • Michele de la Reza and Peter Kope
    • Arnold Freedman
    • Michael F Golde
    • Christopher and Lorien Hart
    • Tadashi Inagami
    • Navroz J Karkaria
    • Rhian Kenny
    • Danielle Lurie
    • Deborah L Nichols
    • William Powers
    • Peter Sabol
    • Joan and Clifford Schoff
    • James and Judith Stark
    • Linda Theophilus and Dennis Orsen
    • Francine G Trester
    • Isaias and Joan Zelkowicz

     

    The Opportunity Fund provides support to continue philanthropist Gerri Kay’s legacy of advocacy for civil rights, social justice, and the arts. The Heinz Endowments supports efforts to make southwestern Pennsylvania a premier place to live and work, a center for learning and educational excellence, and a region that embraces diversity and inclusion.