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Chamber Music Sedona
In Our 32nd Year of Presenting
Magical Music in the Red Rocks!
Thank you to all who attended our
Town Hall meeting on January 13!
It was encouraging to see so many of you at the meeting and to hear your comments and questions. Thank you!
In order for Chamber Music Sedona to get back on track, our board has set a goal of raising $100,000 by the end of June. We need your help to do this. Already many of you have stepped up and donated significant dollars toward that goal as you can see in the graph. Chamber Music Sedona has served this community and the Verde Valley for 32 years with the finest in Chamber Music. Many people have expressed their love of the programs presented through the years and how their lives were enriched by them.
If you love what we do, please join our efforts to keep Chamber Music Sedona as a local cultural asset by helping to reach this goal with support at whatever level you are able to give and encouraging friends, neighbors and business contacts to do so as well.
In addition to your contributions, remember that your ticket purchases support Chamber Music programs as well.
Contributions are tax deductible within the limits of the law. Our donation pages are very secure. The information gathered is only used within our office. We never share it with external entities or organizations.
CMS is the premier venue for live chamber music performances by some of the top musicians from around the world.
Did you know that CMS offers you the best in opera in Northern Arizona? Take a look at our schedule for simulcast performances from New York City with the The Met Live in HD.
Chamber Music Sedona brings national and world talent to the beautiful red rocks of Sedona.
Chamber Music Sedona’s 32nd Season is made possible with support from The City of Sedona,
The Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the State of Arizona and The National Endowment for the Arts,
Dan & Victoria Bresnan, Northern Arizona Healthcare, Sedona Community Foundation, Sedona Monthly, Arizona Public Service
and The Yavapai County Community Foundation.
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