“Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music”
— Sergei Rachmaninov
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World-class musicians and the natural beauty of Orcas Island come together to create something magical – the Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival. It’s a truly unique experience for all who attend, and the memories can last a lifetime.
The Festival has grown to include music education programs for students and community musicians, as well as intimate Salon Concerts, Pre- and Post- Concert Lectures and Music Lovers’ Seminars. None of this would be possible without our donors.
If you would like to ensure the success of Orcas Island Chamber Music for future generations, please consider making a planned gift . Board members, Artistic Director Aloysia Friedmann or Executive Director Victoria Parker will meet with you to discuss the various options available:
You may be considering a planned gift such as a bequest, appreciated property or securities, life insurance or charitable trust. Your commitment now will ensure a healthy future for the Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival. Guidance from your tax advisor will describe the specific actions necessary. We are ready to discuss with you the impact of your legacy gift.
The Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival Endowment Fund was established with a cornerstone gift from the estate of Rosalie Chantiny, matched by a gift from the Valerie and William Anders Foundation. In early 2008 a significant contribution from Phyllis and Robert Henigson brought the OICMF Endowment Fund to our first goal level of $250,000+. The Endowment Fund forms the base of stability for OICMF’s long-term financial healthy. Your gifts will remain invested in the endowment in perpetuity generating an annual disbursement of 2-5%.
Louisa Lundgren Legacy Artist Fund
Honoring the excellence of performance through the sponsorship of selected guest artists at each annual Festival, the Louisa Lundgren Legacy Artist Fund’s growth celebrates and supports exceptional talent.
Honoring the excellence of performance through the sponsorship of selected guest artists at each annual Festival, the Louisa Lundgren Legacy Artist Fund’s growth celebrates and supports exceptional talent. This designated fund is named in honor of founding Board member Louisa Lundgren.
New Works/New Artists
Without a doubt one of the most exhilarating and inspirational arenas of philanthropy, the commissioning of new works and encouragement of young artists, offers donors a rare connection to history-in-the-making. The breadth of Ms. Friedmann’s professional and personal network among her peers creates an incredible base of potential for New Works/New Artists sponsorships or commissions.