our financial supporters...

The Red Cedar Symphony is honored to have generous and faithful financial supporters. When you contribute to the Red Cedar Symphony you join with others who believe that the arts enhance our quality of life. The people of northwestern Wisconsin enjoy a wealth of talent through its theatre groups, visual artists, and musical groups. Red Cedar Symphony is one unique facet of that cultural gem.

Ticket proceeds alone do not cover the expense of producing concerts. Ticket sales account for roughly one-third of our operating budget, while another one-third is from grants that we have received from the Wisconsin Arts Board on an annual basis. The awarding panel was impressed with the Red Cedar Symphony, saying, "this organization does a lot within a small budget" and "Red Cedar Symphony does a good job making art a priority for its community."

But, one-third and one-third do not a whole make. This is where you can help. Your donation can help the orchestra continue to provide quality orchestral music to rural northern Wisconsin as well as help us continue to promote the study of stringed instruments among young musicians. By making a donation to the Red Cedar Symphony, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your dollars are helping to provide a unique experience to musicians and listeners alike. Your support helps to pay the salary of our conductor, executive director and personnel manager/librarian. Contributions also help to purchase or rent music, pay for advertising, and reimburse some travel expenses for musicians.

The Red Cedar Symphony is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, so your contributions may be tax-deductible. If you are not already on our patron list, why not consider a donation today and help us keep the music playing?

We need your support!  

2017 - 2018 Season Supporters:

Orchestra Club: $1000 Plus
Frederick & Alyce Bannister
Wisconsin Arts Board

Vivace Club: $500-$999
Earl & Linda Cook
Griffith Insurance
David Lhotka (in memory of Lynn)
United Fund of Cumberland

Conductor’s Club: $250-$499
Business & Estate Advisers
Sharing and Caring Foundation
Conrad & Kristine Eastwold
Robert & Robin Fossum
Jim & Janna Haack
Phil & Connie Henkel
Sam & Carolyn Kochel
Bruce & Nora Moss
Alan Ross

Bow Club: $100-$249
Grant & Ruth Aaseng
Michael Ahles
Francis & Monika Audette
Lorraine Barta
Dawn Donahue Benning
Ron & Doris Brewster
Randy Borchardt & John Cervenka
John & Judy Dahlgren
Jerrold & Betsy Elling
Leila Haight
Barbara Jaderborg
Steve & Ann Hansen
Jim & Jody Hurst
Brian & Nancy Keeler
Ted & Helen Krenzke
Thomas Kutrieb
Kristine Longmire
Gary & Elizabeth Murphy
Chuck & Sharlot Nelson
Muryl & Kristina Olson
Publishers ExpressPress
Doug & Sue Raether
Mike Smith & Deb Neuheisel
Jan Stearns
Ed & Marla Thompson
Linda Thompson
Mary Updike
John & Gail Waldron
Baton Club: to $99
Carol Addington
Gerald & Harla Atherton
Senator Janet Bewley
Joan Davidson
Mary Dorrance
Nathan & Lynn Emmons
Donna Grilley
Earl & Kathy Grover
Burnell & Paulette Hanson
Noel Herzog
Kurt Hoesly
J&J Northside Car Wash
Bob & Joyce Johnson
Justin & Alana Laufman
Nora Moss
Gary Nielsen
Vernon & Diane Peterson
Janine Reuter & Dorie Washburn
Patricia Shay Schroeder
Thomas & Sonia Scott
Carolyn Senty
Robert & Carol Stanonik
Elaine Walker
Norm & Kathee Yamada
Bill & Nancy Zabel

In Kind:
Bethany Lutheran Church
Chetek Lutheran Church
Earl & Kathy Grover
Linda Carpenter Design
Wisconsin Public Radio

Our sincere apologies for any errors or omissions.