The New Haven Symphony Orchestra reaches 20,000 students, parents, teachers, and families through dozens of educational programs each year.
We rely on our donors to make this possible. Together, we give the gift of music to students in urban, suburban, and rural areas across Connecticut.
When you “Support-a-Note,” you are buying the gift of music for one student, classroom, or school. Your generous support goes to providing music education lessons, classes, performances, and training experiences for children both in the concert hall and the classroom.
At the whole note level, you support the “whole” education program that annually serves 20,000 students, teachers, families, and adults through innovative programming.
The eighth note level fund an Instrument Discovery Zone, which is often where children try to play an instrument for the first time in community centers, schools, and parks around the state.
The half note level covers the cost of a Creating Musical Readers program in a daycare center, pre-school, or elementary school, promoting literacy and music.
The sixteenth note level gives four students admission into the annual NHSO Young People’s Concerts, often a child’s first concert experience of their lives.
The quarter note level underwrites an NHSO music lecture at a community center, residential facility, or school.
Your support in any amount means you believe in the importance of music education. Your gift is an investment in the future of your symphony, your children, and your community.
If you need personal assistance with a gift please call (203) 865-0831 ext. 16.