Pro Musica Colorado - Support the Musicians
In order to present quality music and performances, we are unveiling our new
Support The Musicians Program.
Supporting our musicians will help us continue to address our very first point in our mission: To provide extremely high quality performances of significant repertoire for chamber orchestra, by professionals with high caliber training and experience.
We are looking to raise $5,000 through this program.
If you are able to donate $25 to PMC, your money will be used to support high caliber music and musicians in the Denver Metro Area.
You can choose the section or person to sponsor. There are rewards we will issue during and/or at the end of our season (May 2012).
$25 Section of Your Choice - you will receive a listing on the most current program
$50 Section of Your Choice - you will receive a listing on current program and on our website
$100 Section of Your Choice - a listing on current program, our website and a certificate
$150 Section of Your Choice- a listing on current program, our website and a certificate, plus a signed photograph from your section
$250 Concert Master - a listing on current program, our website and a certificate
plus a signed photograph from our Concert Master
$500 Conductor - a listing on current program, our website and a certificate
plus a signed photograph from me.
$1,000 - Orchestra - a listing on current program, our website and a certificate
plus a signed photograph from key members of our orchestra.
Thank you in advance for your support!
Music Director and Conductor
Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra
Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra and
Cynthia Katsarelis, Music Director and Conductor
Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra debuted in May, 2007, has many of
Colorado's finest musicians, and is committed to impassioned
performances of repertoire ranging from the classic to the cutting
Cynthia Katsarelis has served with the Cincinnati Symphony, Pops and May Festival, the Greensboro (N.C.) Symphony, and has conducted many professional, college, and youth orchestras. She has assisted James Conlon, Keith Lockhart, Erich Kunzel and Michael Christie, most recently conducting the offstage brass and percussion for CMF's performances of Mahler's Second Symphony. Katsarelis is a graduate of Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, where she studied both violin and conducting.