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THE CARNEGIE HALL GUILD
The mission of the Guild is to promote interest in Carnegie Hall and to provide financial and volunteer support.
Meetings are held at 5 PM on the second Tuesdays of the following months: September, October, November, December, February, March, April, May, June.
Yearly membership dues are $20 for active members and $40 for patrons.
The Guild’s annual contributions include:
Purchasing recorders for students in Greenbrier and neighboring counties for the yearly Link-Up music education program. It also provides financial assistance in bringing a symphony orchestra to Carnegie Hall to execute the program.
Assisting with the Creative Youth Art Exhibit each March at Carnegie Hall
Preparing meals for Main Stage performers
Serving Christmas dinner for Carnegie Hall staff members and their families
Providing volunteers to assist with Kids’ College, T.O.O.T., performances and behind the scenes and with the public
Sponsoring 1 – 2 fundraising events each year in order to provide for the purchase of special items needed for the Hall.
The Guild, since its formation in 2007, has raised over $80,000 to purchase the following items and more:
The historical marker in front of the Hall
Elegant and versatile Board Room tables and 18 chairs
A new floor for the Board Room
Large planters for the Ivy Terrace
Hearing-assistance devices and a new light board for the auditorium
Efficient window blinds for the Hall
Acoustic ceiling tiles for the Old Stone and Board Rooms
Ceiling light fixtures for the Old Stone and Board Rooms
The replacement of hammers for the Hall’s Steinway grand piano
For more information, please contact Mary Leb, Carnegie Hall Guild President, (304) 646-1450 or email Mary at