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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18th at 6:15pm

Please join us for Music, Memory, and Promise: A Benefit Concert on December 18th. The Jewish Collaborative of Orange County in partnership with Chamber Music OC will hold a concert at 7:00pm. In-person attendance is limited to 70 people. Click here to purchase tickets. Click here for sponsorship information.

Proceeds from the concert will benefit both the Jewish Collaborative's Jewish community arts partnerships and initiatives, as well as Chamber Music OC's Irv Weinstein Memorial Scholarship Fund. Donations can be made when registering for tickets and/or at the performance. Seating is limited. Purchase tickets here.

We are also delighted to be partnering with Violins of Hope Los Angeles. At the December 18 program the musicians will be performing on violins, viola and a cello rescued from the Holocaust. These instruments serve as a memorial to those whose lives were lost.

The Violins of Hope are a collection of more than 50 restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. These instruments have survived camps, pogroms, and many long journeys to tell remarkable stories of injustice, suffering, resilience, and survival.

Susanne Reyto, Chair of Violins of Hope, Los Angeles County, will join us for the evening. During the pre- and post-concert receptions attendees will have the opportunity to view a selection of instruments learn about them from Susan.


All proceeds from this concert will benefit:

 - Student scholarships to study with Chamber Music OC's distinguished faculty through the Irv Weinstein Memorial Scholarship Fund, and
 - JCoOC's innovative and collaborative artistic initiatives and programs in music, theater, dance and fine arts

Thank you for your partnership and generosity.

We ask that all attendees of the in-person performance wear a compliant mask while onsite, and show proof of vaccination. You may upload your proof of COVID vaccination here, or must bring your vaccination card and I.D. with you for entry. Your safety, and the safety of all attendees is of utmost importance. 



Individual tickets are available for $36/ea. (in person) or $18 (online only).
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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND BENEFITS
$3600 PATRON OF THE ARTS SPONSORSHIP- Includes
- 4 VIP seats to the December 18th Benefit Concert;
- 4 Tickets to each performance in Chamber Music OC's 2022 concert series;
- 4 Tickets to CMOC's debut at Disney Hall in July of 2022;
- Your name or company logo in the concert program and event publicity
$1800 ARTS SUPPORTER SPONSORSHIP - Includes
- 2 VIP seats to the December 18th Benefit Concert;
- 2 Tickets to each performance in Chamber Music OC's 2022 concert series;
- 2 Tickets to CMOC's debut at Disney Hall in July of 2022;
- Your name or company logo in the concert program and event publicity
$1000 ARTS LOVER - Includes
- 2 VIP seats to the December 18th Benefit Concert;
- 2 Tickets to CMOC's debut at Disney Hall in July of 2022;
-Your name or company logo in the concert program and event publicity
Promotion for this performance will reach an audience of over 12,000 individuals.
Please let us know how you would like your name/s or company name listed in the program.

 

Chamber Music OC is an arts initiative dedicated to promoting the art of chamber music through performance, education, and community engagement. With overwhelming support from the Southern California community, the organization has grown into one of the most exciting arts entities in the classical music industry impacting thousands of lives every year through a portfolio of diverse program offerings.

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The mission of Violins of Hope is to educate audiences about the Holocaust through music and culture using a collection of violins, violas and cellos rescued from the Holocaust and restored by Israeli luthiers Amnon and Avshi Weinstein. 

Included in the collection is a violin played in the Auschwitz orchestra and one used on the Kindertransport. Some were played by Jewish inmates in Nazi concentration camps; others belonged to the Klezmer musical culture, which was all but destroyed by the Nazis. These instruments were silenced by World War II.

After painstaking restoration, however, they have new life and sound, giving voice to a generation lost in the Holocaust. They restore hope, the strength of the human spirit and the power of music. It is proof of the victory of life over death and memory over oblivion.
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