Our sincerest thanks to the following people and organizations that continue to provide support. We cannot possibly list all the folks who have helped through the years but be assured your assistance and helpfulness is never unappreciated.
The Hackettstown First Presbyterian Church has been a wonderful host to Stone Soup since the beginning of 2013, and they have always graciously hosted our annual Holiday concert. We look forward to many more years of partnership. We thank the church's staff and members.
Many thanks to Msgr. Joseph J. Goode and St. Mark the Evangelist RC church for their support over the years.
Funding for the Stone Soup Symphony is provided in part by the Warren County Cultural & Heritage Commission
Kelly Lunden Photography did a great job on our group photos.
Many Thanks to Chris Lance and Paladin Music.
Thanks to local music schools The Music Tree and Studio 46.
Karin Menzel Violins
Valley Music Center
Thanks for providing community relations support, on air advertising, and in-person interviews.
Centenary College – For providing Historic Whitney Chapel as a concert venue in the past.
WNTI Radio - Centenary College
Franklin Band, Franklin NJ
Whitehouse Wind Symphony
The Hunterdon Symphony
The New Sussex Symphony
The Colonial Musketeers is a fife and drum corps based in Hackettstown.
They do a great job teaching music to kids. Check them out!
Hackettstown Community Band
IMSLP / Petrucci Music Library is a great resource for public domain sheet music.
Virginia Tech's Music Dictionary