BECOME AN MCC DONOR!
Dear Friend of The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut:
We are reaching out to you as a friend and supporter of the arts in
For nearly twenty-five years, The Mendelssohn Choir of
Connecticut, directed by Dr. Carole Ann Maxwell, has brought
innovative performances of exceptional choral music to
have ranged in repertoire from the Baroque and Classical periods
to contemporary and popular music.
Working with outstanding orchestras and instrumentalists,
the Choir has made Norwalk Concert Hall its hall of choice by
producing a series of concerts that has enriched the musical
culture of our region.
We have developed and continue to expand our Outreach Program.
Our smaller ensemble, the Mendelssingers, has volunteered to
bring the joy of music to assisted-living facilities and
. In addition,
Mendelssingers has been requested to perform for numerous
The mission of The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut is to
develop and perform a repertoire from all musical periods and
genres while striving to develop and promote an appreciation of
Further, it strives to educate its members and the general
public in the musical arts, to nurture emerging artists and to
attract people of diverse backgrounds both as choral singers and
audience members. In
these difficult economic times it can be challenging to fulfill
this vision. We ask,
therefore, that you consider helping us so that we may continue
to bring you outstanding choral music.
If you are able to help, please fill out the form below
and send it with your donation to:
The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut
P.O. Box 150
Fairfield, Connecticut 06824-0150
In appreciation of your contribution, your name will appear in our
season program book.
I wish to support The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut with my tax
deductible donation at the following level:
Friend - up to $99
Benefactor - $500 - $999
Donor - $100 - $499
Conductor's Circle - $1,000 - $1,999
Angel - $2,000 or more
Please do not publicly acknowledge this donation
The Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut is a 501(C)(3)
from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism