LYRA String Quartet
LYRA, Inc. wishes to thank the following for their tremendous support, enthusiasm and volunteer efforts in our fundraising, outreach, and community service projects. These efforts and the donations of many have made our first season as Resident String Quartet at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, as well as our ongoing community and educational service, successful:
Angela Davis, LYRA Intern, Charity Pollard, Intern, Grace Holby, Intern, Tanya Davis, Intern, Catherine Horton, Intern
Members of the Druid Hills High School Kappa Club for the April - May 2004 candy sales fund drive.
Dr. Betheda Gramling, Alana Bennett, Sarah Gordy, Monica Hokanson, Sarah Konner, Maija Leff, Daniella Nanmias, Kate Phelps, Bobbi Jo Rogers, Lauren Shaw, Emily Smith, Nicole Tocci
For the "Deliciously Good Taste" Fundraiser held on September 28, 2003, we would like to thank:
1) Sam Goldman, Executive Director of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, for the use of the facilities
2) The Employees of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
3) Marjorie Timmer, LYRA Fundraiser Chair & the Fundraising Committee
4) Students of Forest Park and Druid Hills High Schools
5) Ron and Jena Bradley
The following for their gracious donations of food and service in making this event possible:
1) A Bokay by Jo Ann
2) Avenue Catering Concepts, Inc.
3) Crescent Moon
4) Holway Catering
5) Marni Hirsch (Luxe Restaurant)
6) Masterpiece Catering
7) Chef William Neal Catering
8) Pastries A Go Go
9) Tuoys Catering
"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
" 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