We believe in the transformative power of live music performances on stage and beyond the concert hall. Your gift helps us reach Houstonians from all walks of life, in classrooms, hospitals, and throughout the community at large, setting the stage for unexpected discoveries through our unique intersections of music, literature and the visual arts.

With your donations, DACAMERA produces and presents concert experiences with a commitment to quality and innovation, while broadening the audience for chamber music, jazz and contemporary music.

Click here to see donor levels and benefits. For more information contact the development office at 713-524-7601 x14.
DACAMERA is a not-for-profit institution. All contributions are tax deductible less the fair-market value of the benefits provided, unless you indicate that you wish to decline the benefits.

Double Your Gift

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company has a matching gift program, request a form from your HR office, and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest. Fax us at 713-524-4148 or mail it to DACAMERA, 1402 Sul Ross St., Houston TX 77006. The impact of your gift to DACAMERA may be doubled! For more information contact our development office at 713-524-7601 x14

All contributions greater than $100.00 are eligible for donor benefits. Please contact our Development Department for details.

We offer a broad range of repertoire and musical styles in innovative concerts of outstanding musical excellence.

DACAMERA is widely acclaimed for its innovative programming, notably Artistic Director Sarah Rothenberg’s unique concerts connecting music with literature and the visual arts.

We believe that openness to new experiences and enthusiasm for learning are vital to human experience.

DACAMERA has a robust Education and Community Initiatives effort, providing community concerts and extensive in-school programs.

Your support ensures that DACAMERA’s programs, both in the concert hall and beyond, remain a vital part of Houston’s cultural landscape.