Donate to Golden State Youth Orchestra
Golden State Youth Orchestra is grateful for your generosity. Your annual support is vital to our mission of ensuring a quality music education for every student who walks through our doors.
Your donation is 100% tax deductible. GSYO Federal ID #94-6130310. Thank you!
2020-21 Annual Fund
Golden State Youth Symphony is a non-profit organization. Tuition only covers part of the cost of providing excellent music education and performances. Your annual fund donation helps out where it's needed most.
Your Annual Fund Gift is Critical to the Success of GSYO
Tuition and ticket sales cover only a portion of the expenses. Your Annual Fund contribution supports artistic excellence, concert production, community outreach, and financial aid.
Artistic Excellence Our musicians work with committed artistic faculty of the highest-caliber, including conductors and professional coaches as well as internationally renowned guest artists.
Community Outreach GSYO is proud to have a vibrant community outreach program led by our dedicated Ticket Team. We offer outstanding and accessible performances in our community and bring in underserved populations to the concerts.
Financial Aid GSYO is determined to make excellent music education accessible regardless of the financial ability.
2020-21 Kolchinsky Scholarship Fund
The Kolchinsky Scholarship Fund, in honor of Dr. Camilla Kolchinsky, will help provide financial aid for talented young musicians whose families cannot afford the costs associated with the GSYO International Tour.
"It is very noble to give students the possibility to tour.”—Dr. Camilla Kolchinsky
The Kolchinsky Scholarship Fund, in honor of Dr. Camilla Kolchinsky (1931-2016), provides need-based financial aids for the GSYO International Concert Tour.
As an internationally recognized conductor and a remarkable pedagogue, Dr. Kolchinsky not only taught, but also inspired musicians. She had a lasting and profound impact on students who continued to benefit from their musical experiences with her.
Born to a poor Jewish family in Moscow, were it not for the assistance Dr. Kolchinsky had received from her teachers, she would not have been able to rise above hardships and became an international renowned conductor. Camilla cared deeply about young musicians in need of financial help.
This scholarship fund will provide financially challenged Senior Symphony students with the same opportunity as their peers to have a life-changing experience. Giving to the scholarship is the best way to honor the legacy of Dr. Kolchinsky.
2020-21 Giving Tuesday Fund
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and then Giving Tuesday. Join GSYO in an international day of giving!