Concerts are made possible by the attendance and donations of people like YOU. Thank you!
We are a 501 3c organization, donations to us are tax deductible. Tickets are not tax deductible. We thank you for your tax deductible donation to support the cause of education and music for the general public.
Our deepest thanks also to our partners and sponsors listed below for their attention, encouragement, advice and financial support. We could not present these concerts without their financial support and your donations.
Biamp Systems Inc has been generous with marketing advice, encouragement and a generous tax deductible donation.
About Biamp Systems
Biamp Systems is a non-public corporation that manufactures professional grade audio electronic components and systems for installation in airports, arenas, courtrooms, Houses of Worship, theaters, corporations, and conference centers. Networked media and paging systems, voice evacuation, distance conferencing, and distance court interpretation are a few of the system-wide applications provided by Biamp to its business customers.
Biamp manufactures nearly all of its products in the United States and maintains engineering expertise at its headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon as well as in Brisbane, Australia. Biamp Systems is the recognized industry leader in cutting edge audio electronics and continuously strives to grow by bringing to the market new technology solutions for new applications.
The Beaverton Arts Commission has given permission to use the Beaverton Library Auditorium as a venue for our concerts and to charge admission. They also provide extensive marketing to the greater Beaverton area.
About The Beaverton Arts Commission
The BAC contributes significantly to the quality of life in Beaverton by presenting artistic and cultural events, which celebrates community values and helps connect residents to their artistic and cultural heritage. The BAC presents annual events such as Last Tuesdays, the Visual Arts Showcase and Ten Tiny Dances.
In addition, the BAC leads public art projects, including Beaverton’s mural program.
For more information about the BAC visit www.beavertonarts.org or call 503-526-2288 or the event information line at 503-526-2379. Get to know Art at http://www.beavertonarts.org/ or follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/beavertonarts.org.
The Oregon Cultural Trust has generously provided a grant to fund Ronn McFarlane in a solo lute concert at the Beaverton Library Auditorium, in partnership with the Cultural Coalition of Washington County.
About the Oregon Cultural Trust
The Oregon Cultural Trust provides funding for Oregon’s cultural community. With a $200 million endowment as our goal, the Trust will secure sustainable funding for Oregon culture in perpetuity. The Cultural Trust program is unique and has been ranked with the bottle bill and vote-by-mail as among Oregon’s most forward-thinking public policy measures. In the first 10 years of the Trust, 21,000 Oregonians have raised $25 million for culture, created more than $9 million in grants that benefit every county in Oregon and have built the endowment to nearly $15.5 million.
Make a donation to the Oregon Cultural Trust. The cultural tax credit is generous: up to $500 for individuals, $1,000 for couples filing jointly, $2,500 for corporations. And when you add up the deductions and credit, at the federal and state levels, the tax savings for cultural giving are impressive.
To claim your tax credit you simply make a matching gift or gifts – same or greater dollar amount – to any combination of cultural nonprofits in Oregon.
If you’re a member of a public broadcaster, an historical society or a museum of any kind, or if you’re making cash donations to a library or school foundation, an art center or nonprofit gallery, a heritage organization or a performing arts group, you’re eligible to make a matching gift to the Trust for which you may claim a 100% Oregon tax credit.