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Corporate Support

We are enormously grateful for the support of the following corporate supporters:

Adirondack Trust Company
Airway Meadows Golf Club
Allerdice Hardware
Boghosian Bros.
William J. Burke & Sons/Bussing & Cunniff, Inc. Funeral Homes
Crown Grill/Circus Cafe
Cudney’s Launderers & Dry Cleaners
DePaula Chevrolet
Four Winds Saratoga
General Electric Matching Grant Foundation
Geoffrey Ovington Violins
IBM Matching Grant
Hannaford
Hoffman Car Wash
Janney Montgomery Scott
John Keal Music Company
King Wealth Management
MVP Health Care
National Bank of Scotia
Northshire Books
Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation
Ravenous
Red Wolf
Saratoga Debut Salon
Saratoga National Golf Course
Shear Gold Salon
Saratoga Children’s Theater
Skidmore College
Stewart’s Shops
The Wesley Community

To become a corporate supporter please contact:

Lynne Gelber
Tel: (518) 584-1427
Email: info.saratogachamberplayers@gmail.com

The Saratoga Chamber Players present 5 concerts a season of what one reviewer recently called, “a series not to be missed.” Under the direction of Jill Levy, musicians come from a pool of fine artists, many of whom are soloists of international standing and members of prestigious ensembles such as the New York Philharmonic, the Orpheus and the Knights Chamber Orchestras, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the Muir String Quartet, the Takacs Quartet and the Beaux Arts Trio.

To keep this level of artistry, we rely on the generosity of our supporters. Ticket admissions cover only 34% of our costs, in part because we want to keep our concerts free to all students under the age of 18. We believe it is our mission to enable young people to experience the beauty and joy found in listening to chamber music played in an intimate setting by world-class musicians. Last year 40% of our budget consisted of financial support from foundations and community businesses that value the contributions made by the Saratoga Chamber Players to the cultural life of the area and appreciate the “stylish sense of repertory” and fine musicianship.