A Folk & Acoustic Music Series Since 1973

Sounding Board Membership

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events in the area.
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Why you should become a Sounding Board member.

Members get a 20% discount on almost all Sounding Board events. If you come to Sounding Board concerts just a few times a year, your membership will pay for itself.

Family members get admission discounts for every adult in the family.

Members sleep better at night, knowing that their membership contribution will help keep The Sounding Board financially secure in the years to come.


The Sounding Board is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1973 to present and preserve folk music in all its forms in the Greater Hartford area




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Need more reasons to become a Sounding Board member?

You really want to save on admission prices.

You want another tax deduction. (Membership contributions are tax deductible in the amount they exceed basic membership rates.)

To join The Sounding Board or renew your membership online
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To join or renew your Sounding Board membership by mail...

Click here for a membership application (PDF format – Acrobat Reader required), print it out, and mail it to the address below with a check payable to "The Sounding Board" to:

The Sounding Board

c/o Janet Steucek

668 Main Street

Cromwell, CT 06416

You can also join or renew your membership at any Sounding Board concert.


Annual Membership Levels


Family (Two or more at same address)

Senior Individual (Age 65 or over)

Senior Family (Two or more at same
   address; at least one person age 65 or over)












Thank you for your membership support of The Sounding Board!

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