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Dear Music Lover:

Now in our 26th year at LACMA, we continue to provide great music and service to the community, presenting the best of National, International, Local, and emerging artists, and all made possible because you, our audience members, patrons, and donors continue to support YOUR series.

50 FREE concerts each year featuring such diverse talents as pianists Conor Hanick, Tomomi Sato, Frederic Chiu, Andrei Baumann, Petronel Malan, and Andrew Brownell, violinists Philip Levy and David Lisker, the Capitol Ensemble, Eden Stell Guitar Duo, the Telegraph and Lyris quartets, together with our traditional emerging artists  – that’s what Sundays Live is all about. As the late  Los Angeles Times critic Daniel Cariaga wrote: “Sundays Live ….L.A.’s longest-running superb live broadcast series, began with occasional concerts at the old County Museum on Exposition Boulevard………Along the way, virtually everyone in L.A.’s classical music community has had a turn at the mic. It’s a springboard.”

But keeping these delights coming is possible only because of YOU. Your gift is an essential part of the funding that enables us to feature the best musicians from Los Angeles and around the world. Can I ask you to join with other individual and foundation supporters and make your contribution to Sundays Live to help us sustain our outstanding programming?

All donations are tax-deductible and every dollar you contribute goes directly to programming. As our gift to you for your contribution of $200 or above, we are delighted to offer you a free cd of any show of your choice.

Sponsorships for individual programs are also available.  A gift of $1,000 will enable you to put your name (or that of a special friend or loved one) and a personal message into that Sunday’s program.

Your contributions are vital to the success of this program. This is Your Series. Without you, there would be NO Sundays Live.

Please send all donations to:

5905 Wilshire Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90036

 

Sincerely,

Bill Vestal
Artistic Director
Sundays Live