Name a Chair Campaign in the Jerilyn S. McIntyre Music Building
The beautiful 630-seat Concert Hall is offering the opportunity to link a donors name, or a name honored by a donor, permanently with music at CWU. A contribution of $250 will not only further the excellence of the music program, but dedicate a seat in the Concert Hall by inscribing a name on a brass plaque attached to the seat. This venue, which is proving to be one of the finest of its kind in the country, has unparalleled acoustical quality, visual beauty, and is providing world-class musical experiences to students, faculty, visiting artists and community audiences.
The nationally recognized Department of Music is at the heart of cultural outreach in the Kittitas Valley and beyond. The Concert Hall hosts a multitude of events, including orchestra and wind ensemble concerts, opera, solo and chamber ensembles, and has proven to be ideal for the acclaimed Presidential Concert Series. Please join us in recognizing CWU's exceptional music tradition and help to create an even more prestigious future by naming a seat in the Concert Hall.
To reserve your chair, please complete and mail in the downloadable pdf pledge form with your gift. It would be an honor to have your name in the concert hall. We look forward to enjoying our concerts with you!
If you have questions about La Sedia Musica - Name a Chair Campaign or would like a pledge form mailed to you, please call the Office of Development at 509-963-2160 or 800-752-4378
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