From left, Coro de Cámara Artistic Director Nylea Butler-Moore, Coro de Cámara Board Chair Matt Lewis, LACF Executive Director Steve Laurent and Don Dudziak who created the Judy Dudziak Endowment for Community Music Organizations to honor his late wife and her love of music. Courtesy/LAFC
Coro de Cámara Board Chair Matt Lewis and Artistic Director Nylea Butler-Moore celebrate receiving a $500 grant from the Judy Dudziak Endowment for Community Music Organizations through the Los Alamos Community Foundation.
“We are grateful to LACF and the Judy Dudziak Endowment Fund for this support,” Lewis said. “This will allow us to compensate local musicians as guest artists to support our programming for the coming year.”
Coro de Cámara performs a diverse repertoire ranging from classical to contemporary.
Lewis added that the grant will, for example, support their February 2024 concert, “Time to… Dance”, a pops program of hits from the 1960s-1980s that will feature an instrumental combo (piano, bass, and drums). Our guest instrumentalists enrich the musical experience for singers and audience alike.”
Don Dudziak created the Judy Dudziak Endowment for Community Music Organizations to honor his late wife and her love of music.
About the Los Alamos Community Foundation
Established in 2015, the mission of the Los Alamos Community Foundation is to build enduring philanthropy to empower our community’s nonprofit organizations. LACF stewards fifteen permanent endowment funds and supports local nonprofit through training, initiatives and grantmaking. For more information about the Los Alamos Community Foundation, visit www.losalamoscf.org.