The New York Youth Symphony is an independent, not-for-profit institution dedicated to enriching the lives of young people through the study and performance of music. Your support helps provide young musicians with high-quality music experiences, all while keeping these opportunities tuition-free.
How your contribution helps
$50 Provides tickets for Musical Theater Songwriting students to attend musical performances in NYC
$100 Supports the Access Fund, providing critical support to students in NYYS programs
$250 Underwrites guest artists for the chamber music and composition programs
$500 Supports orchestra coaching sessions by musicians from the NY Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and Orpheus
$1,000 Supports the Pipeline to Success
$2,000 Underwrites NYYS Jazz concerts at The TimesCenter
$3,500 Assists the build out of the new NYYS rehearsal space
$5,000 Provides one full scholarship for the 2021/22 season
$10,000 Sponsors an orchestra performance at Carnegie Hall
How to Donate
Donations can be made by clicking one of the two boxes above, over the phone by calling (212) 581-5933, or via mail by sending your donation to:
110 W. 40th Street, Suite 505
New York, NY 10018
All gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. We accept gifts by check, stock donation, or credit card. For assistance making your donation, please email Shauna Quill at squill[at]nyys[dot]org.
Donate to our Annual Fund
The future of music making nationwide begins with the opportunities and dreams realized here. The annual fund supports general operations of the New York Youth Symphony allowing us to provide scholarships of up to $5,000 per student annually.
Donate to our Endowment
The Endowment Fund ensures that the New York Youth Symphony is able to continue its vital mission of providing outstanding performance and learning opportunities for the next generation.
Contact your employer about a matching gift
Many employers will match your gift, thereby doubling or tripling the impact of your donation! Please check with your employer to see whether it offers a matching gift program. Often times, you will be required to submit a form to your employer with your donation amount and the date you made your gift.