Volunteers are welcome. If you are interested in helping us, please contact us with your ideas.
Help us make magic! Alkemie is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit (EIN 82-4063703) that flourishes through the enthusiasm of its supporters. All donations are tax-deductible, and we'd love to show our appreciation with the following gifts:
Soprano recorder $125+ help us transport our instruments to a concert venue
Enjoy an exclusive Cyprus 1400 CD
Rebec $250+ finance a preview video for an upcoming concert
Flaunt a Cyprus 1400 CD & Alkemie tote bag
Vielle $500+ underwrite costs of intersensory materials
Share two VIP tickets to a concert of your choosing (virtual or live) in addition to a CD and tote bag
Harp $1000+ cover venue fees for a NYC concert
Delight in a short personalized composition performed/recorded by Alkemie members
Organetto $2500+ sponsor performer fees for a new project
Let us entertain you with an exclusive performance by Alkemie members
CREDIT CARD contributions may be made via the Donate button.
CHECK contributions may be sent to:
Alkemie Early Music Ensemble, Inc.
2101 Bedford Ave., Apt. 6C
Brooklyn, NY 11226
SECURITIES. We are also able to accept donations of securities to Alkemie. To donate long-term appreciated securities (i.e., securities that you have owned for more than one year), please contact Sian Ricketts for instructions (email@example.com; 929-445-8613).
We are grateful to our myriad 2020-2021 supporters
Jesse Blumberg & Johanna Novom
Ross Duffin & Bev Simmons
Peter & Joan Faber
Lynn & Ned Kable
Maynard & Marianne Makman
Mary & Ron Matus
Don and Sharon Mullins
Richard & Lois Pace
Patricia Peterson & Doug Young
Deborah & Neal Plotkin
Kathleen & Phil Ricketts
Kristin Shank Zehr
St. Paul's Episcopal (Doylestown, PA)
Trisha & Steve Westfall
Yoga Tribe Brooklyn
Alkemie's programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.