LYRA String Quartet
As a non-profit organization, LYRA depends on community support for our educational outreach and community service.
FRIENDS OF LYRA BENEFITS:
  • 10% Discount on all Season and Single Ticket sales
  • Bi- monthly informative newsletter
  • Invitations to special, "member only" events
  • Select discounts on retail items
  • ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES:
    By donating you will automatically become a Friend of LYRA. To make a doncation please call 404-373-7756.
    $25 - Individual
    $50 - Family
    $15 - Student/Senior Citizen
    Or send your check or money order to:
    Friends of LYRA
    P.O. Box 15027
    Atlanta, GA 30333
    PLEASE NOTE:
    Because LYRA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your charitable contribution is deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
    Becoming a member of Friends of LYRA is more than a commitment to help us serve our public. It is an opportunity to join an elite group of discerning chamber music aficionados. All who join become part of the "stage", drawn into the passion, drama, and excitement of each performance.
    LYRA also offers valuable guidance and support through educational outreach all over Atlanta, especially to struggling string music programs. LYRA is committed to inspiring and enlightening today’s youth with breathtaking chamber music performance.
    "As a band, their high standard of excellence and dedication to serving their community really shows in their performance. This certainly is a group to watch."

    -- Norman Carol, Former Concertmaster, Philadelphia Orchestra
    "I thought that the LYRA Quartet's presentation was one of the most influencial and heartfelt performances that I've ever seen. It was also great that they gave us a private lesson and offered to help us. I would love to see more of them"

    -- Student, Sutton MS, Fulton Cty, April 2002
    "I really loved the Quartet's presentation. It really made me think about my career as a musician"

    -- Student, DCA-funded outreach to Shamrock MS, April 2002
    "...you shared such a high level of musical artistry with the children...we cannot capture in words the impact that being in the presence of such artistry may have, or the lasting impressions left by seeing such serious musicians at work."

    -- David Myers, Director, Center for Educational Partnerships, GSU, December 2002