Support The Soraya

Support The Soraya

Make your gift today support free arts workshops for CSUN students and local K-12 students. You'll join a community of arts patrons helping to build a multigenerational hub for arts and culture in the San Fernando Valley.

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Or call (818) 677-8877

Javier Miñoz with students

Support Access to the Arts at $10/Month
Give the experience of a lifetime, and guarantee eight CSUN students with free tickets to attend any performance

Niv Ashkenazi

Inspire Students at $20/Month
Sponsor 30 local K-12 students with an in-classroom workshop, hosted by Artist-in-Residence Niv Ashkenazi.

Farruquito on Nov. 9

Ensure Excellence at $50/month
Support the continued presentation of global artists. The Soraya is committed to serving the Valley community, under the theme of Music Knows No Borders.

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Celebrate Sustainability at $100/month
The Soraya is LEED Gold Certified and the epitome of sustainability in the Valley. Support sustainability by giving today

Learn more about VIOLINS OF HOPE

This year, The Soraya launched Violins of Hope, the center's most ambitious and impactful program to date. In addition, the inaugural Artist in Residence, Niv Ashkenazi will visit 10,000 students in over 50 K-12 schools, playing on one of the famed instruments from the Violins of Hope collection. Niv Ashkenazi will be accompanied by Director of Arts Education Dr. Anthony Cantrell, who will supplement the workshops with lesson plans, study guides, and facilitation. This wide-scale, cross-city partnership that brings recognition to the Violins of Hope collection needs your support. Please consider making an online, tax-deductible gift of any size towards Violins of Hope and include “Violins of Hope” in the Special Instructions field.


To hear more about underwriting a concert, sponsoring an in-school workshop, or hosting a private salon or custom event in your home, please call (818) 677-8837. All gifts of $5,000 or more will be recognized on a permanent wall panel in the Soraya Lobby.

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