Baltimore Choral Arts Society : http://www.baltimorechoralarts.org

Tom Hall Endowment Fund

 

To acknowledge and celebrate Tom Hall’s immeasurable contributions to Baltimore Choral Arts during his 35 years as Music Director, we are excited to announce the establishment of a special fund in honor of Tom Hall as a part of our Endowment.

As we celebrate Tom Hall’s extraordinary years as Music Director of Baltimore Choral Arts, the Choral Arts Board is recognizing him by establishing a special fund in Tom’s honor as part of the Baltimore Choral Arts Endowment. The establishment of this fund is a way to grow the endowment, ensuring the continued success of Baltimore Choral Arts long into the future, and is a way to celebrate and recognize Tom Hall’s many contributions to this organization.

Tom Hall is one of the most highly regarded performers in choral music.  Over 1 million viewers have enjoyed the annual “Christmas with Choral Arts” television broadcast which has been popular for 20 years, and which the WMAR-TV broadcast received an Emmy for in 2006.

Tom  has added more than 200 new works to the Choral Arts repertoire, and he has commissioned and premiered works by internationally acclaimed composers including Peter Schickele, Libby Larsen, James Lee III, Rosephanye Dunn Powell, Ysaye Barnwell, and others.

During his time with Baltimore Choral Arts, Tom has had a strong commitment to outreach, bringing Choral Arts performances to venues around the state, from schools to churches, synagogues, and retirement communities. 

A strong proponent of education and nurturing young talent, Tom launched the Student Composer Project in 1990, giving young high school and college student composers the opportunity to hear their works performed by a professional chorus, receive a recording of their work, and work with a mentor.

This fund will ensure that Tom’s legacy of bringing exceptional choral performances to concert halls and out into the community, as well as inspiring young children and students, will continue in perpetuity.

About the Endowment

The Endowment was established by the Baltimore Choral Arts Board in 2002. The revenues from the Endowment Fund serve as a safety net for the organization from the up and down cycles of the economy. The endowment helps keep the quality and quantity of our programming consistent and exceptional.

Gifts Will Be Recognized

All contributors to the “Tom Hall Endowment Fund” will be recognized on our list of donors to the Endowment.

Giving Categories

Maestro                      $10,000 or more

Conductor                   $5,000 to $9,999

Director                      $2,000 to $4,999

Leader                        $1,000 to $1,999

Patron                        $500 to $999

Supporter                  $100 to $499

Friend                        $25 to $99

If you would like to donate to the Tom Hall Endowment Fund:

Please contact Linda Moxley:

Phone: 410-523-7070 ext.302

Email: Linda@BaltimoreChoralArts.org

or

Donate Online: HERE

Upcoming

A Ruby Cabaret

Friday, April 07, 2017
6:30 PM • The Grand Lodge Ballroom in Hunt Valley

  

Baltimore Choral Arts Society presents our annual fundraiser, Ruby Cabaret.

As always, this will be an exceptional evening fill with sizzling performances, a delectable dinner, silent and live auctions, all to benefit Baltimore Choral Arts' education and outreach programs. This season’s Ruby Cabaret will feature New York cabaret singers Will & Anthony.

 

Photo by Anthony Grassetti


Ruby Cabaret will take place at the Grand Lodge Ballroom in Hunt Valley:

Grand Lodge Ballroom, 304 International Circle, Cockeysville, MD 21030

Please Note: Tickets will not be available for purchase at the event. Please call (410) 523-7070 ext 301 for ticket availability.

 

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Many thanks to our Presenting Sponsor 

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

for their generous support. 

 

Additional support for Ruby Cabaret provided by:

Patrons

Legg Mason Global Asset Management

Tidewater Auctions

Transamerica

Wells Fargo

 

Sponsor

Stifel

 

 

The voices rang out with resplendent confidence, and the sopranos had no apparent difficulty reaching the cruel and challenging high B's in the piece. The chorus's performance was the best part of the concert….the thunderous power of this unique masterpiece never fails to stir the blood, and the ovation was loud, long and well deserved.

— On Beethoven's Ninth with the Baltimore Symphony 2012
The Washington Post

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