Graduating Seniors Legacy Program

Golden State Youth Orchestra’s newest giving program is the perfect way for you to honor your graduating senior, and to help us keep music education alive and thriving for generations to come.

WHAT IS A LEGACY?

  • A Legacy is a gift or bequest, endowed by one person for another
  • A Legacy is a gift from you that helps pave the way for those who follow

WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE LEGACY PROGRAM?

  • To stay connected with the GSYO community
  • To give a gift for those who follow you
  • To invest in GSYO musicians of the future
  • To pay it forward

Donation Levels & Thank-You Gifts

OVATION CIRCLE $1,000

  • Acknowledgement in all GSYO concert programs
  • Full color photo of the Symphony Graduating Class, framed and signed by Maestro Cai
  • DVD of the Annual Benefit Concert from the graduate’s senior year
  • Picture and biography featured in the next season concert programs
  • 3-year pass to all GSYO concerts - good for two preferred seating tickets for each concert

BRAVO CIRCLE $2,500
All of the above, plus...

  • 5-year pass to all GSYO concerts - good for four preferred seating tickets for each concert
  • Catered dinner for eight in the donor’s home with Maestro Cai
  • One-hour conducting lesson with Maestro Cai or Maestro Eells

GOLDEN STATE CIRCLE $5,000
All of the above, plus...

  • Opportunity to conduct part of a Symphony or Sinfonietta rehearsal
  • 5-year endowed Symphony chair named for the graduating senior; listed in the concert program

BECOME A LEGACY DONOR AND BE PART OF GSYO’S FUTURE! 

For more information about the Legacy Program or to become a Legacy donor, contact Development Director Kay Kleinerman: at 650.665.9046, ext.103 or kkleinerman@gsyomusic.org

Being a part of GSYO has trained me with lifelong skills such as focus, time management, team building just to name a few. Additionally, it has brought upon a lasting appreciation for the arts, friendship, and music history. Since I spent 8 years with GSYO/ECYS, weekly rehearsal and daily practice were my usual routine growing up and I already miss it. It has given me many fond memories but the most unique and memorable experience was during the tour of Central Europe, where we played in several famous concert halls that I never would have imagined I would be performing in.

NATHAN SIU

Class of 2018

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