There are MANY ways you can help support Camerata San Antonio!

Make a Donation

Ticket sales do not fully cover the expenses that non-profit performing arts organizations incur presenting concerts, and Camerata San Antonio is no exception. The generous donations of our patrons make it possible for Camerata San Antonio to present our concert series and they also fund our concerts in the public schools of San Antonio. Your donation helps pay for:

  • Artist Fees
  • Music library
  • Digital production expenses

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Donate by Mail

Send your check to:
Payable to “Camerata San Antonio”
11618 Raindrop,
San Antonio, TX 78216

Donate by Phone

Call us with your Visa/MC at 210-492-9519

Donate Online

Camerata San Antonio is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, so your gift is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

You can make your donation go further if your employer offers a matching gift program. All you need to do to double your donation to Camerata San Antonio is visit your Human Resources officer and ask for a matching grant program form and then fill it out. It takes just a few minutes and will make your donation go twice as far!

We also accept gifts of stock.

For more information about making a donation, please call Emily Freudigman at 210-492-9519 or e-mail her at


Adopt-A-School is a special underwriting opportunity for your business. Camerata’s educational concert program takes our string quartet into underserved elementary schools in San Antonio to perform short, engaging concerts for the students for free.

You can make three concerts possible with a donation of $1,000. Benefits to your business will include a full-page (black & white) ad and prominent recognition in the program booklet as a sponsor of our educational outreach. Please consider this opportunity to bring the joy of live chamber music to students who might otherwise never experience it.

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Camerata San Antonio always needs volunteers to help at concerts.

Program Book Support

We have space available for your business’s sponsorship message in our 23-24 program book. If you own a business and would like to support the work of Camerata San Antonio with your message in our program book, please call Kenneth Freudigman to discuss dimensions and rates. Deadline for placement is Aug 1, 2023.¬†

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2023-2024 DONORS


Kenneth Bloom and Sheila Swartzman Charitable Trust
In memory of Kenneth Bloom
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Hamilton
Sponsors of violinist Matthew Zerweck
& HCYO Masterclass

Didi & Alan Weinblatt
Sponsors of pianist Viktor Valkov


The Agnes and Jim Lowe Fund


George Brin & Colleen Walter Brin
Dr. Donald K. Burda
City of San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture Events Grant
Mary Anne & Tony Crosby
Linda & Edgar Duncan
Ruth Ann Edney
Dr. & Mrs. Charles Goodhue
Barbara C. Kyse
Carl & Ann Leafstedt
Jeremy & Grace Phoa
San Antonio Symphony League
Janna Spurlock
Dr. Marion Worthington


Allegra Marketing Print Mail
Kay Lorraine Johnson & Scott Baird
Verna Benham
Julie Kenfield & Guy Clumpner
Liz Davenport
Forrest Family Charitable Fund
Garner Family Fund
Richard E. & Antonia K. Goldsmith
Phyllis Kline
Joe & Toni Murgo
Sara Ann Pomerantz
Wayne & Barbara Shore
Stephenson Family Gift Fund
Stratton Rehab Clinic
Sponsors of 2024 String Quartet Masterclass
Mary Ellen & Tim Summerlin
Texas Violin Shop
Sponsors of 2024 String Quartet Masterclass
Nancy S. Wallace and Edgar S. Wallace


Don & Barb Bentley
In honor of Joel Ramirez
Diane Burchers
Mike Greenberg
Junell Holmer
Helen Gail Jarratt
Frederica & Martin Kushner
Rosario Laird
Whitney McCarthy
Nickey McCasland
Phillips Family Charitable Fund
J. Scott Rose
Dr. Ana M. Valadez


Helga Anderson
Charles Bender
Col Frank Q. Bertagnolli, (Ret)
Lisa & Wade Caldwell
Annelies Castro-Rios
Jacqueline Claunch
Alan Cutler
Bernice Davis
Mike Davis
In honor of Toni Murgo
Arlene G. Dryer Giving Fund
Freda Flax
Paul Giolma
Pauline & Randolph Glickman
Margaret Hager
Delicia Herrera
Anne Johnson
Andrew Kania & Julie Post
Suzanne Kasanoff
Eunsu Lee
LuAnn Lockerbie
Hannah Margolis
Mimi McMillen
Lynne Noriskin
Daniel Rosenthal
Kathy & Robert Rothen
Dr. John Silantien
Kim Smith
Brik Stratton
Connie & Bruce Story
Carol Talpey
Irma Taute
Gustavo Valadez Ortiz
Gary & Jeanette Vaughan
Phil & Shirley Watkins
Florence Weinberg
Susan Weintraub
Tammy Widener


Stephen Amberg
Yanie Betts
Terence Brown
Marisa Bushman
Laurel Donoho
Carol Duganne
Jenny Fish
Erwin Flores
Aaron & Ami Freudigman
Karen Freudigman
Ken & Emily Freudigman
Carol Frohlich
Lisa Fuentes
Kevin & Jennifer Garcia-Hettinger
Anya Grokhovski
Paul Gronquist
William Heffner
Bethany Hirota-Mabry
Linda Humphrey
Helen Gail Jarrett
Martha S. Jones
Julie Post & Andrew Kania
Kathleen Kemp
Mary Ann Kocurek
Mark Landson
Angela Layfield
Gregory McCarroll
Shaun McChesney
Marguerite McCormick
Edward McDuffie
Anne Mullen Smith
Eugene Oehler
Marilyn Respondek
Jose Rivas
Nancy & James Roberts
Tonja & Tim Rose
Mo & Brigitte Saidi
David Saussy
Cynthia J. Schwarz
Thor Sigurdson
Kathleen Sisco
Jack, Cara and Aaron Smith
In honor of Gary Mabry
Laurance Smith
Brittany Socher
Shannon Socher
Ann Springer
John Thompson
Kenneth Thompson
Art Thongpreecha
Beverly Valtierra
Elizabeth Velez
Mary Jane Verette
Jane Warsaw
Robert Weidman
Gillian Wiggins
Morgan Williams
Alice Witterman
John Woodworth


List reflects gifts received July 1, 2023, through MAY 5, 2024

2023-2024 business support

Terra Nova Violins logo
Tobin Center logo
Shield with lone star topped by Alamo over words UT Health San Antonio
Allegra Printing Logo
Lyre above the words Steinway Piano Gallery; Austin San Antonio
Gesturing cartoon conductor stands on music staff over which is written Kerrville Symphony of the Hills
Herwecks logo
Alamo Music Center logo
Frost Bank logo