When we created our Festival in 2009, little did we imagine how quickly our audiences would embrace the Festival. Your attendance at concerts and events, your donations, and your goodwill have made it clear that the Festival has great meaning for you. You encourage us to continue to bring the most thoughtful programming and highest quality of music-making to our audiences.
Your financial support has allowed us to present legendary personalities such as violinist Arnold Steinhardt of the Guarneri String Quartet, established young leaders of the music world such as pianists Ignat Solzhenitsyn and Jonathan Biss, and rising talents such as clarinetist Romie de Guise-Langlois. You have facilitated the commissioning of new works, and made it possible to invite distinguished visiting composers such as Steven Stucky and Joan Tower. Your further support will help us expand our outreach activities during the school year to reach more students and aspiring young musicians in a lasting way, throughout our ONE Strings project and through our collaboration with the Vermont Youth Orchestra.
We hope you will consider supporting the Festival financially, as well as participating by attending concerts, master classes, and more. Please invite your friends to do the same. Together, we can ensure that what began as a dream of Soovin and a few friends is a lasting and wonderful part of our cultural landscape. The Festival is a 501(c)3 organization, and gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Your gift allows us to:
Keep ticket prices affordable.
Continue to bring artists of the highest caliber to participate in the Festival.
Support the Young Composers Seminar. During our first six seasons, this tuition-free festival within a festival has already enabled us to bring twenty of the country’s most outstanding young composers to work and learn together. Vermonter Tim Woos (2009 Young Composers Seminar), who studied at the Curtis Institute, and is one of several LCCMF Young Composers to be honored by the Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. By supporting young composers like Tim, you are helping to ensure that chamber music composition remains a vibrant, living art-form.
Support the Young Ensemble-in-Residence Seminar. New in 2014, like this tuition-free program brings a fine young ensemble to the Festival and brings them back for three additional residencies during the year.
Include free Bach in Church and other outreach events as part of the Festival. These shorter concerts in more intimate settings have proved to be a hit with Festival goers.
Continue to support and administer the ONE Strings Program at the Integrated Arts Academy in Burlington.
Support the Festival
Please send your contribution of any amount to the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival, 20 Winooski Falls Way, Suite 7, Winooski, Vermont, 05404. You can donate by credit card by clicking on the Donate button below.
Please call us at (802) 846-2175 if you would like to make a donation of stock.
Through the financial support of the following people this Festival was created.
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- Frank Bayley
- John Canning
- John and Beverly Canning
- Brianne and David Chase
- Pia Sawhney and Somak Chattopadhyay
- Alida and John Dinklage
- Charles Dinklage and Kendra Sowers
- Ann and Stan Emery
- Roger Foster, Jr. and Baiba Grube
- Arnold and Virginia Golodetz
- William and Valerie Graham
- Richard and Barbara Heilman
- Johanna Kebabian
- Soovin and Joanne Kim
- Edward and Laura Krawitt
- Martin and Barbara LeWinter
- Robert and Margaret Lichtenstein
- Carolyn E. Long
- Barbara McGrew in loving memory of Daniel Fivel
- Deborah and Jonathan New
- Frederick Noonan
- Samuel P. Oh, MD
- Elizabeth and George Pasti
- Junius L. Powell, Jr.
- Kate and Michael Stein
- Martha Ming Whitfield and Johathan Silverman
- Mr. and Mrs. Stuart K. Wichert
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- Meredith and David Babbott, MD
- Cindy and Mark Baum-Baicker
- Angela Brown and Kellum Smith
- Michael and Adrianne Canning
- Elizabeth Cho and Lucas Dixon
- Korean Concert Society
- Danielle Devlin and Brian Blair
- Joseph and Jennifer Dickerman
- Frank and Ducky Donath
- Dana and Michael Engel
- Robert and Sally Fenix
- Horace Wilkinson Fund
- Megan and Seth Frenzen
- Paul Irish and Suzanne Furry-Irish
- John and Brigitte Helzer
- Janet Rood and Fred Herbolzheimer, Jr.
- Audrey Holm-Hansen
- Gerald and Virginia Hornung Family Foundation
- Ted Marcy and Kimberly Hornung-Marcy
- Ginger Irish
- Janine and Paul Jacobs
- Jin and Soon Young Kim
- Ed and Marianne Kupic
- Kendall and Joan Landis
- Janice Lange and Beverly Nichols
- Marc Law
- Carolyn and Henry Lemaire
- Buff Lindau and Huck Gutman
- David Ludwig
- Michael Dadap and Yeou-Cheng Ma
- Carol MacDonald
- Jeff McMahan and Heather Ross
- John and Robin Milne
- Maureen Molloy, MD
- Barbara Myhrum
- George Tyler
- Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Pang
- Barbara Rippa
- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rizos
- Sylvia Robison
- Jerry and Bernice G. Rubenstein Foundation
- David and Joan Sable
- Lisa Schamberg and Pat Robins
- Robert and Gail Schermer
- Michael and Mary Scollins
- Elizabeth Serkin
- Peter and Cynthia Seybolt
- Evelyne and Douglas Skopp
- Ann and Frank Smallwood
- Rosalee Sprout and Bud Ames
- Kay Stambler and Stanley Greenberg
- The Morris and Bessie Altman Foundation
- Lesley and Larry Straus
- Mayneal Wayand
- Judy Wizowaty
- David Adair and Barbara York
- Marc and Dana vanderHeyden
Generous corporate supporters help to make the Festival a vibrant community resource. We are hugely grateful for their support. As a corporate supporter of the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival you help to ensure that the Festival is able to bring thrilling performances to our community, and to enrich the experience of audience members with free engagement activities. To learn more please click here.