LAGV relies heavily on its members, sponsors and volunteers. In order to continue to pursue its mission to promote music in the Franco-American community LAGV needs your help.
Funds donated to LAGV are used to defray expenses for many things: performers, security charges, piano and organ restoration, special Cathedral Choir events, etc. Again this year many performances will be offered free of charge. The restored "Cole Porter" Steinway piano now adds wonderful ambiance and sound to performances in the Cathedral and the Yamaha grand is perfect for choir rehearsals and more intimate events in the Parish Hall. There are still copies of the professional recording of the Cathedral Choir for sale, panels have been constructed for use at the Annual Art Fair and most recently funds have been used to finance the restoration of the bellows of our Cavaillé-Coll 1887 Cathedral organ. LAGV continues to maintain this magnificent instrument until a complete restoration can be undertaken. In 2012-2013 LAGV made a significant donation to the Cathedral Choir budget to allow it to maintain the quality of its programs. Sponsorship donations go towards funding all of these efforts and many more. Please become a Sponsor by donating 50 euros or more to help us continue to support music and art at the American Cathedral. Your donations are tax deductible in France or the USA.
You can support LAGV in three ways.
Sponsorship: Aria Sponsor (50 - 99€)
Madrigal Sponsor (100 - 299€)
Oratorio Sponsor (300€ - or more)
Benefits of each category of sponsorship are described on the form Music at the Cathedral.
Simply print and complete the form and follow the mailing instructions in order to become a member/sponsor of LAGV!
If you are interested in helping us host events at the Cathedral (greet the performers, supervise set-up, hand out programs, collect donations) your time and energy would be greatly appreciated.
You can support LAGV by your mere presence at our events.
We’d like to share our love for music with you and sincerely hope that you will come to the Cathedral and be delighted and transported by the beautiful music performed therein.