Violinist Isaac Stern was an extraordinary musician, arts advocate, and humanitarian. His contributions to the performing arts – including advocacy roles with Carnegie Hall and the National Endowment for the Arts – created a lasting legacy that continues to be celebrated to this day.
In the spirit of Isaac Stern, we invite you to join a group of visionary individuals by including Music@Menlo in your estate plans. Adding Music@Menlo to your will or revocable trust is easy to arrange – You can find sample bequest language here.
For information on different ways to leave your legacy, click here.
As a Member of the Isaac Stern Circle, you will enjoy the greatest benefit possible – knowing that your spirit of philanthropy will have a profound and lasting impact on Music@Menlo – and will inspire many others who share your vision for Music@Menlo’s future.
Membership does not involve annual dues or any major commitment of time, though Circle Members will receive:
• Recognition each summer in the Music@Menlo Festival Program Book
• Special invitations to Members-only events from time to time
Letting us know that you would like to become a Member (or have already included Music@Menlo in your estate plans) allows us to thank you and recognize your kindness and generosity year after year.
For more information on the Isaac Stern Circle or to become a Member, please contact Edward Sweeney, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-330-2133.