Contact Title:
Contact Name:
Mary Ann Klein
PO Box 1165
Quincy, IL 62306
Phone Number:
(217) 224-5499

Quincy, IL
Fine Arts

Quincy Civic Music Association

The Quincy Civic Music Association presents seasons of four to six concerts by the professional musicians and dancers from around the world at an affordable cost.
QCMA, an all-volunteer organization, was formed in 1927. It is the oldest existing cultural organization in Quincy devoted to professional entertainment and was a founding member of the Quincy Society of Fine Arts when it began in 1947 as the first community arts council in the U.S.
The Quincy Civic Music Association has enhanced the lives of those living in the area by offering a wide variety of quality programming. The Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Leontyne Price, the Joffrey Ballet, Chanticleer, and Kronos Quartet are just a few examples of the many world-class concerts that have been presented by QCMA over the years.
Ways to Give:
Gifts to sustain the work of the Quincy Civic Music Association help maintain a high quality of life in the Quincy area.
There are several ways to support the work of the Quincy Civic Music Association beyond a simple cash donation or season ticket purchase: 1. Sponsor a concert - Concert Sponsorships start at $1000. Contact Dr. Merle Crossland, (217) 223-1371, for details. 2. Purchase an advertisement in concert programs - Your advertisement will appear in all concert programs for the season. Contact Liz Berghofer, (217) 224-7719, for details. 3. Contribute to QCMA’s Endowment Fund - By contributing to the Endowment Fund, you help ensure the continuation of fine musical programming in Quincy. Checks may be made out to the QCMA Endowment Fund and sent to the address listed in the side bar. 4. Purchase a special membership - This option combines gift giving with the purchase of season tickets. Friend membership $90 (1 ticket + $20 donation) Patron membership $200 (2 tickets + $60 donation) Guarantor membership $400 (4 tickets + $120 donation) Benefactor membership $600 (6 tickets + $180 donation)