The Starseed Foundation has offered a repeat challenge to High Desert Chamber Music (HDCM) for the fifth year in a row. The foundation will match the first $5,000 of funds raised during the challenge. The Starseed Foundation seeks to provide opportunities and exposure to the arts and environment, to improve the quality of life for those in need and to support social programs that offer cultural and lasting benefit to deserving populations.
In response to this generous opportunity, HDCM has begun a Starseed Foundation Matching Funds Campaign. Every contribution will go toward reaching this matching challenge. “We are honored to have the continued belief in, and support of our programs from the Starseed Foundation,” states Executive Director Isabelle Senger. “We have met this challenge for the past four years, doubling the impact of our generous donors. This challenge coincides with the launch of our new Summer Soirees and free Pop-Up Concerts, allowing our donors to support and experience our programs first-hand.”
HDCM’s current 13th is continuing with two new outdoor summer offerings — Summer Soirees and Pop-Up Concerts! We will be bringing our high quality live concerts into the beautiful Central Oregon outdoors, allowing you to once again experience live classical chamber music, but in an all-inclusive new format.
Donations can be made on their website, by phone or mail. HDCM is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and a qualifying organization for the Oregon Cultural Trust.
High Desert Chamber Music’s mission is to bring world class chamber music and musicians to Central Oregon. Now in its thirteenth season, HDCM presents an acclaimed series of classical chamber music concerts in Central Oregon. As the premier and leading chamber music organization in the region, HDCM is proud to be a local organization presenting a national level of excellence.
HDCM 2020-21 title sponsors include Mission Building and Renovation, German Master Tech, Miller Lumber and Newstalk KBND and 101.7 Radio. Additional support provided by the Tower Theatre Foundation and BendBroadband.