We don’t charge admission for our concerts. We rely on the kindness of friends and strangers to finance the innovative concerts that we offer to the public for free. Even though all our musicians generously volunteer their time, a typical season costs thousands of dollars to put on. Our costs include rehearsal and performance space, insurance, music and instrument rentals, printing and postage, and more.
Your tax deductible contributions may be sent to: The Broadway Bach Ensemble, Ltd., c/o Jack Levy, Treasurer, 26 East 10th Street, Apt. 10G, New York, New York 10003. All checks should be made payable to “The Broadway Bach Ensemble, Ltd.” All contributions are acknowledged in our programs. Or make a donation through PayPal.
Matching corporate grant programs
Many companies sponsor matching grant programs under which they will match contributions made by their employees to qualified cultural organizations. The Broadway Bach Ensemble, Ltd. has qualified as such an organization under matching corporate grant programs sponsored by American Express, Chemical Bank, Citicorp Foundation, IBM, and Microsoft.
The Broadway Bach Ensemble is sponsored by and operated under the auspices of The Broadway Bach Ensemble, Ltd., a tax-exempt New York non-profit corporation. The Ensemble has been recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization.