New Comma Baroque – Matthew C. Cataldi, Baroque violin, Leighann R. Daihl, Baroque flute, Phillip W. Serna, viola da gamba & Emily J. Morlan, historical keyboards

Would you like to help support New Comma Baroque? To fulfill our educational and artistic goals, please consider making a gift to New Comma Baroque. Your gift is a vital part of making New Comma Baroque’s vision a success.  New Comma Baroque is a program of the Renovo String Orchestra, a 501(c)3 non-profit performing arts organization under the State of Illinois. All donations given to New Comma Baroque are tax-deductible. Contact us directly via our contact page or simply follow the donation link above. For a full list of donor benefits, please click here.


New Comma Baroque would like to acknowledge the following individual donors. Their contributions to the over the last two seasons to our parent organization Renovo Music Alliance have helped to make this program and concerts possible.

Illinois Arts Council
Anonymous (1)
Cliff Dwellers Arts Foundation

Evanston Arts Council

Anthony Locatelli
Richard & Susan Jamerson

Phyllis Janik
Stephanie Szymanski
Matthew & Jenna Cataldi

Stephen Kaferly
Robyn Gilliom
Frances Tierney
Bill & Elma De Salvo
Gloria Franchi
Jim & Brenda Smith

Up to $50
Tristan Hanson
Song-Hea Sackrider

Jane & Donald Cataldi*
Matthew Cataldi*
Jennifer Crosby*
Leighann Daihl
Emily Jane Katayama
Tony Locatelli
Phillip Serna* & Family
William & Heather Winters

In-Kind Donation
Winnetka Cong. Church

And our Performers…
Thank You!
*Denotes Board Members

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New Comma Baroque is a program of the Renovo Music Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit performing arts organization partially supported by a grant from the Evanston Arts Council, a city agency supported by the City of Evanston, and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. All donations to New Comma Baroque are tax-deductible.

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