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Following a successful Carnegie Hall Debut (December, 2013) with Beethoven's 9th Symphony, NYFO is returning for our enthusiastic fans.
Following a successful Carnegie Hall Debut (December, 2013) with Beethoven's 9th Symphony, NYFO is returning for our enthusiastic fans.
35 backers pledged $10,002 to help bring this project to life.

"Triple (3x) Matching Gift Challenge:$100 pledge becomes $300" Just Announced!!>>

Posted by Kalin Ivanov (Creator)

Special thanks to the 6 new pledges made this week!! 

So far, $7,211 has been pledged and it is just $1,300 away to reach our goal ($8,500)!! 
Today, we are very delighted to announce "Triple (3x) Matching Gift Challenge:$100 pledge becomes $300" for the FINAL 3 DAYS of the campaign until the last day (January 19, 2015 at 23:59 EST)! Generous backers have agreed the followings: Any new $100 (or more) pledge will be added/matched $200 until we reach our goal amount of $8,500!! (Ex. If you pledge $100, being matched $200, will become $300.)

We would appreciate if you spread this info to anyone who might be interested in supporting the New York Festival Orchestra. For those who have already given us your generous pledges, you are most welcome to consider any bonus by increasing your pledge amount in this "All-or-Nothing" basis fundraising campaign until the last day, Jan. 19 at 23:59 EST!!" 
~ ONLY 3 MORE DAYS LEFT~ 

NYFO 2014-2015 Season Inaugural Concert
NYFO 2014-2015 Season Inaugural Concert

In the meantime, we are very happy to announce that our 2014-2015 season inaugural concert has been prepared smoothly. A special program called "Mostly Beethoven Festival" will include 2 of the greatest masterworks by Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A major and Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, "Emperor" featuring a brilliant young pianist, Ivan Donchev, a pupil of Aldo Ciccolini, who described him as “an artist gifted with extraordinary musical and instrumental skills.”

The program will be joined by a festive and ever popular Mozart's Overture, "Marriage of Figaro" as well as the U.S. premiere of the Italian new piece, "Mystery" for Piano and Chamber Orchestra by Francesco Marino.
  
Please support the New York Festival Orchestra to reach our goal amount of $8,500 to make our exciting season opening possible as well as to continue many more musical activities into the future seasons ahead! 
We are most grateful to your support for our KICKSTARTER Fundraising Campaign! 

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