Give Inspiration: Give Kids Music this Holiday

Give Inspiration: Give Kids Music this Holiday With your generosity, the first half of the ISO's season has been a tremendous success! Since September, ISO musicians have performed seven concerts for more than 6,800 folks... and they have at least three more scheduled in December! As you know, the ISO relies on the generosity of patrons like you to fulfill its mission to "educate, entertain and inspire" audiences through live music. I want you to know why those gifts are so important. 1. Education In November, ISO musicians

November 30, 2016|

Give Kids Music on #GivingTuesday

Give Kids Music on #GivingTuesday Studies show that kids who are involved in music perform better on the SAT, are equipped to be better team players and have improved language skills, creativity and happiness. Here, you can listen to students tell you what music means in their own words. Soon, the ISO will join nonprofit organizations in more than 70 countries around the globe for #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving (that follows a weekend of stuff-getting). On #GivingTuesday, you can make a difference in the lives

November 21, 2016|

Share the Giving Spirit on #GivingTuesday

Share the Giving Spirit on #GivingTuesday On Tuesday November 29, the Imperial Symphony Orchestra (ISO) will join more than 45,000 organizations in 70 countries for #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. This year, the ISO will focus on one specific need: student access to classical music. Gifts on #GivingTuesday will directly support student attendance at the ISO’s December 13 holiday concert. Your gift of $100 will bring four students to experience the wonder of live music. Here's how you can help “get out the give” on November

November 17, 2016|

Share the Gift of Music on #GivingTuesday

Share the Gift of Music on #GivingTuesday On Tuesday November 29, the Imperial Symphony Orchestra (ISO) will join more than 45,000 organizations in 70 countries for #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. In the United States, Thanksgiving is followed by days of stuff-getting like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Five years ago, 92Y, a cultural center in New York City, conceptualized #GivingTuesday as a new way of linking people to causes, strengthen communities and celebrate giving. The movement harnesses the power of social media to create a

November 14, 2016|