Why Key Chorale Needs Your Support!
Your generosity helps Key Chorale continue to bring the life-changing power of music to our community – be it giving voice to those living with Parkinson’s, dementia, and Alzheimer’s or helping more than 400 students sing out like never before with our ever-expanding educational outreach programming, Key Chorale is making a difference in the lives of people through music.
Key Chorale, the Suncoast’s premier symphonic chorus, led by Maestro Joseph Caulkins, produces unique and one-of-a-kind programming, collaborations that inspire, and musical artistry that stirs the soul. Each year, earned revenues cover less than 35% of our operating costs. Gifts from generous individuals, corporations and foundations make up the balance.
Help us to bring music to the 100 students of Visible Men Academy, instill that spark in a high school student, give 140 hours of free voice lessons to our 18 student scholars, establish a new choir for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s and dementia, continue to share the transformative power of choral music with diverse groups of people and to keep our entire community singing.
KEY CHORALE PLANNED GIVING
The Sostenuto Society acknowledges the generosity of individuals who have included Key Chorale in their estate plans as an important philanthropic commitment to the future of symphonic choral music and civic life in Sarasota. The Sostenuto Society members enjoy exclusive benefits throughout the season, including recognition in the performance program books and an invitation to The Sostenuto Society annual cocktail party.
There are many ways to join The Sostenuto Society including naming Key Chorale as a beneficiary of your estate, retirement plan, or life insurance policy. If you have already included Key Chorale in your plans, kindly let us know so that we may thank you and invite you to become a member of this special group.
Please contact Johnette Cappadona, Director of Community Engagement, at 941-921-4845 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.