Become a BMC Member, and Help Keep Music Thriving and Young Musicians Striving!

Members like you make the difference! The BMC is not your ordinary “club” – it’s all about making music accessible to our community and encouraging young musicians! Annual membership dues (a mere $25 per year) support the free Wednesday morning concerts and student awards. Where else can you find so much entertainment and know that you are also benefiting the future of talented youth?

Your membership gifts at the Silver ($50), Gold ($100), or higher levels can be designated specifically to support future performances or student awards. Use the comment field on the online form (or the memo line on your check) to indicate your gift designation. In the same way, if your gift is from more than one donor, please indicate how it should be recorded (for example, John and Mary Jones), or if your gift is a memorial or tribute to a loved one.

We encourage you to join BMC or renew your membership right here, online. Your payment will be securely processed by PayPal, and you can pay with your credit card, even if you don’t have a PayPal account.

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Donation Total: $25.00

If you prefer to mail your check, choose “Send by mail” on the online form, or print this form, fill it in, and mail it or bring to our next event!

The BMC is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law (Tax ID number 91-0984401). We will send you a receipt to acknowledge your gift, and you will be added to our invitation list for events, as well as receive our periodic newsletter, Fan Fare. Remember, your gift can be doubled if your employer has a gift-matching program.

And we would love to have you volunteer! Many hands make light work, let us know of your interests and skills. We’re a fun bunch! It is through YOUR benevolence, interest and love of music that the BMC has been able “To foster and encourage the growth and development of music appreciation” in this community.

We thank you for helping us go forward into our second century!

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