your help. And here's why?
Jersey Philharmonic has run out of money. In
fact, we're $11,754 in debt.
reason is that putting on classical concerts is expensive. But we like to
keep our ticket prices affordable. As a result, ticket
sales cover only half our costs.
unless we raise $11,754 within the next 10 weeks, we may be forced to close our
doors forever - and our live classical music concerts in NJ will come to an
love classical music - if you take pride in New Jersey - and if you want NJ
youth to hear something besides rap and hip hop!
want living in NJ to be a culturally enriching experience for you and your
family and if you are sick and tired of NJ being the butt of so many jokes.
small donation from you can help save the North Jersey Philharmonic from
than the price of a CD, you have the power to make a lasting contribution to the
arts in New Jersey.
keep the sounds of Beethoven and Brahms, Mozart and Tchaikovsky, Chopin and
Schubert alive here in NJ for another
year of great music!
urge you to hurry. Our budget is nearly gone (in fact, I don't have money for
the postage to write you again, so this may be the last request you receive from
the beautiful music of the North Jersey Philharmonic playing for another year,
please take a minute to send us a check for whatever you can afford. Do it
today, while the enclosed donor card is still handy.
Biddlecome, Musical Director
Having a first-rate Philharmonic Orchestra in NJ helps attract new businesses
and residents to the state - making our economy stronger and keeping your