The Juno Orchestra Project is funded fundamentally through significant gifts provided by two passionate music lovers.

The Juno Lucina Circle 

The Project‘s viability expands further still as friends and neighbors subscribe to the vision and provisions of Juno Orchestra. Inspired by the model of community supported agriculture (CSA) programs, we seek supporters to join the Juno Lucina Circle*. Modelled after area CSA programs, Circle supporters make commitments at one of three levels. All circle members receive Juno’s bounty in the form of complimentary tickets to share with friends. Those in the Diadem may choose to name a seat in the orchestra.

This list acknowledges all donors to the Project, since inception.

Diadem ($2,500)
Anonymous (1)
Cox Violins
David Snyder and Sara Coffey

Crown ($1,000)
Anonymous (1)
Tom and Rachel James
Joanne Roberts
Phil and Marcia Steckler
Janet Wallstein

Laurel ($500)
Anonymous (2)
Against the Grain
Dr. Kim Eastes and Jeff and Lynn Eastes
Bill and Lesleigh Forsyth
Marcia Spencer

Grant Funding

We are grateful to the following grant funders for support.

Crosby-Gannett Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation
Dunham Mason Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation

Other Contributions

Anonymous (4)
Jean Boardman
Dominique Moyse Steinberg

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
River Gallery School of Art
Billy Straus, recording engineer
David Woodberry, production manager

Contact music director Zon Eastes by email or at 802.380.9550 if you would like to learn more about supporting the ongoing work of the Juno Orchestra Project.

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

Updated January 17, 2021