Giving to Bloomingdale
Giving to Bloomingdale

Make a Difference in Our Community

We at Bloomingdale believe music is transformative: the skills and relationships you build while learning music follow you throughout your life. Help us provide high-quality music education to everyone, regardless of background, by giving a gift today.

GIVE BACK DURING
COVID-19

We anticipate a large fiscal impact on our organization caused by program and event cancellations and postponements due to this global health crisis. Bloomingdale is continuously working to maintain steady employment for our faculty, and staff who are very financially vulnerable during these times.

Please consider making a one time or recurring donation to Bloomingdale School of Music to support our school and continue delivering access to music education for our students

Support Bloomingdale School of Music

Give The Gift of Music Today!

Thank you for considering a donation to Bloomingdale School of Music. Through your generosity, BSM is able to continue to inspire and engage our community.

$25

Supplies students with sheet music

$50

Is a student composers workshop for a financial aid student

$100

Supplies a student with a rental instrument for a semester

$250

Supports a semester beginning lessons for a Financial Aid Student

$500

Supports a semester of intermediate or advanced private lessons for a Financial Aid student

$1,000

Supports a year of lessons for a Financial Aid student

$2,550

Is a scholarship for Project Bridge

$6,500
Is a scholarship for Music Access Project

If you would like to donate by phone, mail, or in person, please feel free to contact us.

Bloomingdale School of Music's Virtual Bring Benefit & Community Concert

To celebrate our community – we decided to reimagine our annual spring benefit & gala in the form of a Virtual Zoom Event – that EVERYONE is invited to.

Incorporating elements of our annual Spring Benefit, this event is punctuated with inspiring performances by BSM students and faculty, video greeting from Laurie Berkner, and our Music Access Honors will be awarded to George Oliphant and Josh Wiener.

One of the benefits of a digital event is that it remains evergreen and can be experienced long after the launch date. Please enjoy our virtual benefit, feel free to donate to benefit our Scholarship fund and explore our spring benefit for more information and additional content. 

Donations Provide Access

Because of our generous donors, BSM will continue to create meaningful experiences through music for community members of all backgrounds.

Our Devoted Partners in Access to Music Education

Thanks to the hard work and commitment of our partners, we are able to continuously strive to make a positive impact on the lives of music lovers everywhere.

  • Baisley Powell Elebash Fund
  • Pinkerton Foundation
  • New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
  • Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation
  • New York State Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell
  • Libby Holman Foundation
  • M & T Charitable Foundation
  • The Hearst Foundations
  • Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund
  • Con-Edison Arts and Culture Grants
  • Columbia Community Service
  • TD Bank
  • Exploring the Metropolis Con Edison Composers’ Residency Program
  • Associate Chamber Music Players
  • Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation
  • Lotos Foundation
  • The Hearst Foundations
  • Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund
  • Con-Edison Arts and Culture Grants
  • Columbia Community Service
  • TD Bank
  • Exploring the Metropolis Con Edison Composers’ Residency Program
  • Associate Chamber Music Players
  • Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation
  • Lotos Foundation
  • Edwin Caplin Foundation
  • New York State Council on the Arts
  • Hyde and Watson Foundation
  • New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal
  • Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer
  • D’Addario Foundation
  • The Bay and Paul Foundations

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