Support Sarasa

Join Sarasa in making classical music accessible to all! 

Please join our family of supporters by making a tax-deductible donation. Your financial contribution of any amount will ensure we can keep our Concert Series and Outreach Programs afloat. We would welcome your contribution, no matter how great or small, to continue this invaluable work with incarcerated teens in the Greater Boston area. 

And most importantly, tell your friends about Sarasa!

live music ~ social impact


Please contact us if you have a musical instrument you would like to donate. Sarasa will ensure it will be given to someone who has no other means of affording one. 

Investing in Sarasa

Sarasa’s account with Neuberger/Berman offers an easy way in which to contribute. Please contact our financial advisor, Randi Hyman, at 212.476.5355. There are several possibilities in making a donation:

  • Outright Gift
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Direct Gifts of Appreciated Securities
  • Charitable Lead Trust
  • Direct Gifts of Life Insurance
  • Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Pooled Income Funds


If you might be interested in volunteering, we would love to hear from you. We always need a hand with:

  • Concert Receptions
  • Pre- and post-concert assistance
  • Legal expertise
  • Fundraising


We are grateful for the continued and vital support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Otto and Marianne Wolman Foundation and the McKenzie Family Charitable Trust. Without the unparalleled financial support by the Kalliopeia Foundation for the past 15 years, we would not have been able to provide such an extensive Outreach Program. We would welcome your suggestions of other Foundations or Grant opportunities for us to explore.

As one inmate from the Sing Sing Correctional Facility commented following a presentation concert by Sarasa, “When art is well executed, it projects a message that transcends language, culture, and even aesthetic boundaries."

The Wolman Family

The Wolman Family

Informed and impassioned music making…
— St. Petersburg Times