VisionIntoArt is able to continually produce multi-media works because of fans like you.
While grants and philanthropic organizations help to keep VisionIntoArt alive, it is the support of our audience members who make the biggest difference. Without you, VisionIntoArt would not be the organization it is today.
Choose to support VIA and receive these benefits. Your generous donations will bring VIA’s programming into the contemporary music canon! Of course, donations of any size are greatly appreciated.
$1500: VIA VIP Membership- Invitations to all VIA cocktail parties/salon events, 1st to hear about VIA events and on backstage lists (or comparable) to meet artists. May invite 1 guest to each event.
$3000: VIA Supporter- all the above plus invitation to after-concert parties
$5000: VIA Producer – all the above plus private home concert
$10,000+: VIA Commissioner- all the above plus prominent billing credit in our programs and website.
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From all of us here at VisionIntoArt, Thank You!
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"upbeat and enthralling. " - The New york Times
"You couldn't ask for a better one-stop survey of what's happening in new music now" - New York Magazine
"You can expect to hear music by everyone from Nico Muhly and Anna Clyne to Chinese pipa player Min Xio-Fen, who in the above video sounds just like Buke and Gass. Which is a good thing." - Feast of Music
"VisionIntoArt…has facilitated flamboyant, confounding and enticing collaborations among choreographers, visual artists, actors and composers…" - New York Times
"…always intriguing and frequently beguiling….[VIA] deserves credit for envisioning new possibilities..." --New York Times, April 2011
"Visionary-in-Chief" --Time Out NY, about VIA Co-founder and Creative Director, Paola Prestini, May 2012
"The composers involved in this new Liederabend...span New York’s vibrant, inclusive, new-music scene."
- Time Out New York
From our workshop production of John Zorn's Holy Visions
"evocative video projections by S. Katy Tucker. In a focused yet flexible performance, the sopranos Mellissa Hughes, Sarah Brailey and Jane Sheldon; the mezzo Abigail Fischer; and the contralto Kirsten Sollek illuminated both the claustrophobia and the ecstasy at the heart of these medieval visions." - The New York Times, November 4, 2013
"eerily beautiful"- The New York Times, November 1, 2013