MCP operates its NYC series on a shoestring budget of only $30,000 a season and the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival with $20,000, all of which pays for venue rentals, artist fees, publicity, program printing, and recording costs.  Please consider including MCP in your charitable giving.  No donation is too small, and as we are a 501(c)3 organization, it’s 100% tax-deductible!

To donate to MCP online via PayPal, please click on the icon below:

Support is encouraged at the following levels,
and will be noted in our concert programs:

Philanthropists of the Arts:  $10,000 and above
Ambassadors of Chamber Music: $1,000 – $9,999
Artists Circle: $500 – $999
Composers Circle: $250 – $499
Patron: $100 – $249
Friend: $50 – $99
Supporter: $25 – $49

To donate by mail, please mail a check made out to “Manhattan Chamber Players” to:

Manhattan Chamber Players
651 W. 188th St. Apt. 5F
New York, NY 10040

Our List of Supporters

Philanthropists of the Arts ($10,000 and above)

Mike and Lynn Coatney Family Foundation*
Dr. Michael Wheelis*

Ambassadors of Chamber Music ($1,000 to $9,999)

Barbara and Ed Beckman*
Mary Bianco*
Philippe Chambon
Callie and Billy Crawford
Howard Dillon and Nell Dillon-Ermers
Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church*
Tulane University*
John Winn and Carole Cotton Winn
Anonymous

Artists Circle ($500 – $1,000)

Michael and Ann Loeb
Anonymous

Composers Circle ($250 – $499)

Molly Carr
Frank Glass
Jerry Howett
Siwoo Kim
Ann Middleton*
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt
Brook Speltz

Patrons ($100 – $249)

Ray and Ellen Cook*
Francesca dePasquale
Francella Flurry*
Michael and Margaret Ross Griffel
Robert and Nancy Hopkins
Andrew Janss
James and Jan Jeter*
Richard Morse*
Bosiljka Raditsa
Anonymous*

Friends ($50 – $99)

Carlos E. Adame*
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mark Adams*
Susan Aspinwall*
Martin Drell*
James and Deborah Hyman*
Charlotte Mayerson
John McCullough
Ann Meese*
Toni Miller*
David Starr

Supporters ($25 – $49)

Wilma and Esteban Cordero
Mary Orovan

* denotes contributors to the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival through the Manhattan Chamber Players


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