The Sebastians are a 501(c)3 non-profit. We rely on the generous support of music-lovers to help us bring baroque music to life all year round.

Your 100% tax-deductible support helps us to pay musicians, rent venues, and produce recordings for you and others to enjoy. You’ll also be helping sustain our commmunity comp and student ticket programs that grant free admission to students and low-income individuals.

Make a tax-deductible gift now:


You can give using the secure form above, or make out a check to “Sebastian Chamber Players” and mail it to 163 Saint Nicholas Ave. #2H, New York, NY 10026. Feel free to contact us to discuss larger gifts or in-kind donations.

Legacy Giving

We would be so grateful if you consider the Sebastians in your estate planning. You can designate a gift to the Sebastian Chamber Players, Inc. and please contact us so we can acknowledge your generosity.

Corporate Gifts

Many companies offer matching gifts that can double your charitable impact. Contact us for help arranging a matching gift from your company, or to discuss other corporate support.

Host a Fundraiser

Want to share your love of the Sebastians? Host a concert at your home, church, country club, or community center, and you’ll be helping the Sebastians continue our mission to bring you the best of the baroque!

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Thank You to Our 2021–2022 Supporters


  • New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
  • New York State Council on the Arts


  • Dorothy Haase
  • The Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation
  • William Seltzer & Jane Berger


  • Bradford & Christine Hinze
  • Jim & Joyce Javid
  • Rosalie E. Stone


  • Michele Dellinger
  • Texas Hemmaplardh & Robert McCarter
  • Stephen Paschke
  • Sharon Lee Ryder
  • Janet Stafford
  • David Starr


  • Darlene Challberg
  • Adrian Iosifescu
  • Michele Jerison
  • Barbara Myrvaagnes

The Sebastians 2021–2022 activities were additionally supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

*This list up-to-date as of October 25, 2021. Please forgive any errors or omissions.

Thank You to Our 2020–2021 Supporters


  • Anonymous
  • Beth & Jeff Davidson
  • Edith Carol Stein
  • Pandemic support from the U.S. Small Business Administration


  • New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
  • New York State Council on the Arts


  • Susan & Chip Fisher
  • Dorothy Haase
  • Bradford & Christine Hinze
  • Patrick Ravey
  • Alfred & Jane Ross
  • William Seltzer & Jane Berger


  • Stephanie Connor
  • Claire Scarano & Robert Faraci
  • David & Sandy Feingold
  • Jim & Joyce Javid
  • Philip Mindlin
  • Tamara Mitchel & Daniel Ross
  • Claire Scarano & Robert Faraci
  • Michael & Evelyn Solomon


  • Anonymous
  • Roger & Whitney Bagnall
  • Peggy & Johnny Bishop
  • Yvonne Chang
  • Barbara Cooper
  • Martin Smith
  • Richard DiEugenio & Janet Stafford
  • Rosalie Stone


  • Janice Blum
  • Betsy and Wes Dain
  • Michele Dellinger
  • Jonathan Hatch & Eve Goodman
  • Ann Holtwick
  • Andrea Prigot & Haig Hovaness
  • Diane Huntzicker
  • Zina Jasper
  • Michele Jerison
  • Edward & Wendy Katkin
  • Robert Kenet
  • Gloria C. & Joseph J. Latona
  • Jack & Anne Mazelis
  • Donna Firer & Brian McLaughlin
  • David McLean
  • Iva Perlman
  • Arthur Shippee & Mary Porterfield
  • Sharon Lee Ryder
  • Fran Samuels
  • Alberto Minujin & Jace Schinderman
  • Karen McLaughlin & Mark Schubin
  • David Starr
  • Frederick Toms
  • Jane Troy


  • Anonymous (2)
  • Carol Holmes Alpern
  • Stephanie Arrell
  • Lewis Baratz
  • Gail Brousal
  • Ellen Maria Bruzelius
  • Giuliana Carugati
  • William Coakley
  • Hannah Collins
  • Ruth Cross
  • Cheryl Dixon & Erik Paul
  • David Doster
  • Elaine Edelman
  • Dennis Edemeka
  • Daniel M. Ellis
  • Alan Goldberg
  • Sue Gronewold
  • Randy Katz
  • Lynne Killin
  • Kenneth Kliban
  • Patricia Kuwayama
  • Joan Melton
  • Renée Mittler
  • Judith Moldover
  • Doug Ramsdell
  • Paul & Faina Ross
  • Margaret Spier

The Sebastians 2020–2021 activities were additionally supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Maxwell Shepherd Memorial Arts Fund.

*This list up-to-date as of June 30, 2021. Please forgive any errors or omissions.

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