Photos: Jordi Savall, Erin Calata by Tino Tran, John Lenti by Lee Talner
Thank you to our sponsors and partners
Accion Cultural Española
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (Matching)
City of Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs
Classical KING FM 98.1
Fales Foundation Trust
Family Foundation (Anonymous)
Honorary Consulate of Spain
Liberty Northwest (Matching)
Microsoft Corporation (Matching)
Navin, Haffty and Associates (Matching)
Salesforce.com Foundation (Matching)
Seattle Recorder Society
Spain-USA Foundation Cultural Center
St. James Cathedral
The Boeing Company (Matching)
The Nesholm Family Foundation
The Norcliffe Foundation
The Seattle Foundation
Town Hall Seattle
Trinity Parish Church
Washington State Arts Commission
Call for volunteers.
As a not-for-profit arts organization, Early Music Guild is particularly grateful to those members of our community who voluntarily help us behind the scenes. Our volunteers are have various backgrounds and skills, who share a common love of the music and desire to make a significant contribution to the cultural life of our community. Volunteers enjoy access to Early Music Guild and our productions, musicians, and artistic team and make new friends in the process. If you are interested in serving as a volunteer, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-325-7066.
Here are some ways in which our volunteers help us:
House a musician or provide transportation. For those musicians traveling to Seattle to play with us, volunteers open their home to them, typically for a week’s stay. Other volunteers drive musicians to and from the airport and rehearsals or lend the musicians an unneeded car. This is great way to get to know the artists better and helps more of our funds go toward the music.
Join a committee or lend a skill. Behind the scenes, board members and interested volunteers get together to bring musical experiences to the schools, to share our music with a wider audience, to track our finances, and to seek funding opportunities. If you have skills or interests in any of these areas or simply an enthusiasm for our music, consider serving on a committee or lending us your skills.