Support Manchester Music Festival

Your contribution helps sustain live classical music and enriches the region in which we live and work. Ticket sales cover only a portion of the operations of our full-scholarship Young Artists Program and critically acclaimed summer concert series.

Will you make a contribution today?


All contributions, whether unrestricted or designated, are acknowledged by the following:

Conductor: $10,000 and up
First Chair: to $10,000
List Glenn Society: to $5,000
Chamber Music Society: to $1,500
Donor: to $500
Friend: to $250
Contributor: to $100


YOUNG ARTISTS PROGRAM

The Manchester Music Festival (MMF) Young Artists Program is a full scholarship, five-week intensive chamber music festival for string players and pianists, ages 18-26.  Young Artists receive daily coaching sessions by a faculty composed of world-renowned artists and pedagogues. Young Artists will also have the opportunity to perform in weekly public masterclasses and take private lessons with the distinguished faculty members. In addition, they will benefit from forum discussions addressing principles of entrepreneurship and career development that will assist them in forging successful paths as professional musicians.

The Young Artists program relies on the generosity of individual donors.

Full Scholarship: $3,000
Half Scholarship: $1,500
Total 2020 Scholarship Fund Goal: $48,000


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Join the Sostenuto Society! Your automatic monthly or quarterly contribution is easy and convenient for you and provides reliable ongoing support for the Manchester Music Festival.

To set-up a recurring gift from your bank account, please contact the MMF office at 802-362-1956.

To set-up your recurring donation via credit card, please click the button below.


**Beginning January 2018, VT tax payers are eligible to receive a 5% credit of the first $20,000 in eligible charitable contributions made during the taxable year. For more information, visit the Vermont Charitable Contributions Tax Credit web page.