Last Day of the ON AIR Fund Drive for Colorado Symphony Orchestra

When the musicians of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra take the stage, each performance is the culmination of tens of thousands of practice hours. There is something extraordinary and unique about witnessing a group of musicians join forces to play as one voice on stage. But there is always one additional musician – one who isn't performing on stage, but who plays a crucial role in Bringing the Music to Life….and that is YOU, the generous supporter!

EVERY GIFT HELPS BRING THE MUSIC TO LIFE.
Make your gift today!

Visit www.ColoradoSymphony.org or call 303.534.0762

On-air fund drive at KVOD 88.1 FM.You can even Stream KVOD to your computer!

With ticket sales covering just half the cost of presenting the CSO season, contributions from you and other music lovers are key to Bringing the Music to Life. Each year, the Colorado Symphony must raise at least $5 million from individuals, corporations and foundations to maintain high quality concerts and education programs. This week, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Colorado Public Radio is in their last day of this extraordinary, one-time only fundraising drive to help the Colorado Symphony keep Bringing the Music to Life.

Please play your part in Bringing the Music to Life by making a special gift to the Colorado Symphony. You may participate by making your first-ever gift to the CSO, or if you are already among the CSO's generous supporters, consider increasing your current commitment. Through a special partnership with many Colorado philanthropists, every dollar you give to the CSO in December will be doubled. As our way of thanking you for Bringing the Music to Life, for every gift of $150+, you will receive an exclusive CD featuring special performances by the Colorado Symphony.

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