Support Momenta Quartet’s Year-End Fundraiser

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Thank you for considering a donation to Momenta Quartet! Your donation is tax deductible through our fiscal sponsor, The Field, and helps us to bring more music to you through free and inexpensive concerts!

Our current goal is to raise $10,000 by the time the clock strikes midnight on December 31, 2019, in support of Momenta Festival VI. Any amount that you can contribute will be fully tax-deductible and will help the Momenta Quartet further its eclectic vision and its passionate advocacy of both classical and contemporary music through a series of four unique concerts in New York City in October 2020.

And what will make these four nights unlike any other nights? With each concert curated by a different member of the ensemble, the Momenta Festival celebrates our plural aesthetic and the notion of true democracy inherent in the string quartet medium.

The Momenta Festival is self-produced, so we are relying on your donations to help us cover the costs of venue rental, technical equipment, a stage manager/producer, video/audio documentation, artist fees for the Momenta Quartet and our distinguished guests, the fabulous publicist Gail Wein, and adding to the jovial aura –custom brews by Sam Burlingame of BrewHeister.

To donate online please visit the Field’s website by clicking here: TheField.org/sa/551369

To donate by check please make a check payable to “The Field” with “Momenta Quartet” in the memo line, and mail your check to:

The Field
75 Maiden Lane, Suite 906
New York, NY 10038

Founded by artists for artists in 1986, The Field is committed to empowering artists and cultural workers of all identities to achieve their visions. It provides strategic services that foster creative exploration, steward innovative management, and help artists reach their fullest potential. Now in its 31st year, more than 1,100 performing and media artists (and their 7,500 collaborators) come to The Field each year to build their businesses, producing 1,200 shows for more than 400,000 audience members around the world.