Partnership Benefits

Scroll Partner: $5,000

Experiences & Performances

  • Opportunity to choose one of the restored violins to be connected with for the project’s duration
  • Opportunity to see and “meet” chosen violin; Commemorative photo opportunity
  • Invitations to additional events still to be developed
  • Seating for two (2) to one of Nashville Symphony’s Violins of Hope performances (March 22, 23, 24)
  • Reservation for two (2) to Private exhibit opening, March 25that Nashville Downtown Library
  • Reservation for two (2) to 2018 Stradivarius Society Dinner, honoring major supporters of the Nashville Symphony (April 2018)

Recognition

  • Recognition as specific violin partner in library instrument exhibit
  • Recognition in print, if and when instrument is played in performance
  • Recognition in the Violins of Hope program book
  • Recognition on Violins of Hope website as Funding Partner and as instrument sponsor

Project Partner -$2,500

  • Recognition as violin partner in library instrument exhibit
  • Invitations to additional events still to be developed
  • Reservations for two (2) to Private exhibit opening, March 25that Nashville Downtown Library
  • Recognition in the Violins of Hope program book
  • Recognition on Violins of Hope website as Funding Partner

Community Partner -$1,000

  • Reservations for two (2) to Private exhibit opening, March 25that Nashville Downtown Library
  • Community partner recognition in the Violins of Hope program book
  • Recognition on Violins of Hope website as Funding Partner

Dedication Partner -$500

  • Reservations for two (2) to Private exhibit opening, March 25that Nashville Downtown Library
  • “In honor of” or “In memory of” recognition in the Violins of Hope program book
  • Recognition on Violins of Hope website as Funding Partner

Contributor –Gifts $250 -$499

  • Copy of “Violins of Hope” book, signed by author James Grymes
  • Recognition on Violins of Hope website as Funding Partner

Friend –Gifts under $250

  • Recognition on Violins of Hope website as Funding Partner

 

Presented By

 

 


 

Funding Partners

 

 

 

 


 

Government Partners

 

Jonathan Leshnoff’s Symphony No. 4 is made possible in part by a Creation Project Grant from Metro Arts and an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 


 

Leading Partner

 

Rick & Lynn Scarola

 

 

Bridge Partner

 

Lisa & Mike Shmerling

 

 

Scroll Partner

 

Judy & Joe Barker

 

Bob Eisenstein, Jill and Dan Eisenstein and Nan Speller

 

 

Project Partners

 

Julie & Frank Boehm

 

Art & Lynn Fleischer

 

Scott & Lynn Ghertner

 

Shirley Zeitlin

 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Zimmerman 

 

 

Community Partners

 

Ronald & Diane Shafer

 

Michael Simon

 

Stuart & Shirley Speyer

 

Joyce A. Vise

 

Libby Werthan

 

 

Contributors

 

Jeanne Ballinger & Irwin Venick

 

Richard & Teena Cohen

 

 

Friends

 

Frank & Elaine Parker

 

Daniel & Aileen Surface

 

Howard & Arlene Safer

 

Suzanne Kessler

 


 

Media Partners

 

 


 

Programming Partners

 

Akiva School

Blair School of Music / Blair Children’s Chorus

Chabad of Nashville

Christ Church Cathedral

Congregation Micah

Congregation Sherith Israel

Fisk University and the Fisk Jubilee Singers

Frist Art Museum

Humanities Tennessee / Southern Festival of Books

Intersection

Jewish Federation & Jewish Foundation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee

Lane Motor Museum

Nashville Ballet

Nashville Children’s Theatre

Nashville Jewish Film Festival

Nashville Public Library

Nashville Symphony

NPT

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt

Parnassus Books

The Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park

The Temple, Congregation Ohabai Sholom

Tennessee Holocaust Commission

Tennessee State Museum

Vox Grata Women’s Choir

West End Synagogue