The Juno Lucina Circle 

The success of the Juno Orchestra Project was enhanced by kind donors and grantors, each of whom expanded the project’s capacity through annual or occasional investments.

This list includes total project gift amounts.

Diadem ($10,000 and above)
Jo Dorchester
Sandy Spencer

Coronet ($5,000 to $9,999)
David Snyder and Sara Coffey

Crown ($2,500 to $4,999)
Doug and Lisa Cox
Joanne Roberts
Phil and Marcia Steckler
Janet Wallstein

Wreath ($1,000 to $2,499)
Against the Grain
Brattleboro Area Music Fund, Margaret Newton, M.D.
Cox Violins
Crosby-Gannett Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation
Bill and Lesleigh Forsyth
Tom and Rachel James

Laurel ($500)
Anonymous (2)
Jean Boardman
Dr. Kim Eastes and Jeff and Lynn Eastes
Barbara Lee and Ron Autenrieth
Marcia Spencer

Circle (up to $499)
Diana Bingham
Dunham Mason Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation
Josephine Stein
Dominique Moyse Steinberg
Mara Williams and Tom Hilsdon

Production Partners

The Juno Orchestra Project partners with these people and organizations to reach its goals. This list acknowledges all partners, since inception.

Brattleboro Community Television
Brattleboro Music Center
Bill Esses, recording engineer
Gay Foster, production coordinator
The Latchis Theatre
Nimble Arts | Serenity Smith Forchion, artistic director
Q Filmworks | Angus King, video producer
Austin Rice, video producer
River Gallery School of Art
Billy Straus, recording engineer
David Woodberry, production manager

* Juno Lucina is a Rome-centered version of goddess Juno, associated with light, birth, and well-being.

Updated February 9, 2023