Individual Giving

Individual Giving

Your generous tax-deductible contribution to Breckenridge Music supports a proven non-profit organization that provides year-round arts education to area schools, fosters collaboration and the creative work of today’s professional artists, impacts Breckenridge’s economy and projects our community as one of the country’s most vibrant arts destinations. Breckenridge Music has evolved significantly since its founding in 1981, presenting increasingly diverse talent to reflect the evolving interests of our community and enhancing the quality of life in Summit County. These outcomes originate from a strong network of supporters who believe in the organization’s stability and stand behind its mission. We invite you to support the steady growth of arts and culture in Summit County and join us in presenting a world of music!


  • Personalized ticketing assistance
  • Behind-the-scenes access
  • Meet & greets with Festival artists
  • Exclusive in-home concerts
  • Festival parties


Individual Giving

Each summer 45 professional musicians from around the country gather in Breckenridge for four weeks of intensive rehearsals and Festival performances. Make a gift to help underwrite the costs of artist fees and housing while creating a lasting friendship with a Festival Orchestra musician. Musician sponsorship is a benefit for donors beginning in the Guarantor category. While there are no formal expectations, sponsors tend to connect with their musician at least once per summer season for dinner, post-concert cocktails or an outdoor experience. Sponsors and musicians are invited to a welcome picnic at Carter Park during the opening week of the Festival.

I have been coming to Breckenridge every summer since 1993. The beautiful scenery & soul-restoring time spent outdoors have a lot to do with that. But the real things that call me back year after year are the inspiring music-making and the many friends I’ve made among both supporters and fellow musicians.

Michael Linville, Artistic Partner of Chamber Music