Support the singing you love.
We work hard to bring the highest quality performances and educational experiences to our audiences for as low a cost as possible. All that we do is supported 100% by the incredible generosity of our audiences, and for that, we are immensely grateful. Like most performing arts groups, we cannot fund our budget through ticket sales alone. We need your help.
If you appreciate our music and our mission, become part of Lux's future, and support us as you are able. No matter what you give, whether $5 or $5,000, we hope you will give something. If you’ve seen our concerts, heard recordings, been part of our educational programming, or even viewed our website, you've seen the powerful impact of our patrons at work.
Join the movement to support the choral music of tomorrow--give your tax-deductible gift today! For milestone suggestions & patron benefits, see our Donor Rewards program found on this page.
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Introducing Donor Rewards
Everything we do is made possible from the generous support of our donors, and while every dollar helps there are some donors who go above and beyond. Our donor rewards are our way of saying thank you to those donors who make up the backbone of our financial support. Make your donation today and join us!
We are so fortunate to have such a wonderful circle of supporters who keep us running and fund our operations! We'd like to thank the following people for their support of Lux's work:
Frank & Kathy Napoli
Dennis & Rebecca Teti
Allison & John Nikirk
Jacob Allen Reed