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How You Can Help:
1. Donate to the $20 for 2020 campaign.
All proceeds benefit students who need financial assistance for the Beethoven 250 Orchestra Festival trip.
To donate for the 2020 Practice Competition, please click the link below, click “Name listing for the program book” and indicate the name of the student you are supporting.
2. Corporate Sponsorship
Ask your company to become a KSYO corporate sponsor, a travel fund sponsor or to donate items for the annual Practice Competition (February 3, 10, March 2 and 9, 2020)!
Contact Erin Bagwell for more information.
3. Dining with KSYO Partners
Dine to Donate at local restaurants where a portion of the proceeds is donated back to the KSYO!
Upcoming Dining Partners:
There are no upcoming dates.
4. Watch a Performance
Attend the KSYO Chamber Music Performance ($5.00 admission for adults helps to support the travel fund).
Upcoming performances have been canceled.
5. Support Competitions
Support your student and donate to the KSYO through the Annual Practice Competition.
February 3 – March, 9 2020: Second Annual KSYO Practice Competition
Students commit to practice and sponsors commit to support the students’ practice units. Proceeds go to the KSYO travel fund, and students win prizes for practicing!
6. Give Flowers
Purchase flowers to celebrate the 2019-2020 season!
Bouquets will available for pre-order, with orders being taken at KSYO rehearsals in March. All orders and payments must be received by the deadline (TBA). Pick up your bouquet at the Spring Concert, April 27, 2020, and give it to your student after the concert.
KSYO Flower Fundraiser Order Form – Coming in March, 2020
About the KSYO Travel Fund
The Youth Orchestra has been invited to perform in the Beethoven 250 Orchestra Festival in the Musikverein (the home of the Vienna Philharmonic in Vienna Austria) to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. The group will travel to Prague and Vienna in June, 2020!
Parents, guardians, family members and friends are invited to join the KSYO on this journey.
For more information contact the Director of Education & Community Partnerships.