Silver Linings is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance people’s lives through music, film, and art. From helping to raise money for cystic fibrosis research to funding the retrofit of the Stanford LPCH Children's Hospital theater room for kids, our contributions help make the lives of people afflicted by illness a little better.
Our most recent project is the recording and production the Beethoven Piano Sonatas, which is being sold to the public in streaming media. These were just released in December of 2016.
Silver Linings was founded in 1997 with the generous support of Audio High.
Silver Linings, with cooperation from Audio High, produced an eight-concert series of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas with renowned pianist Robert Silverman. These recordings are the first original content recorded for MQA encoding. Proceeds from these concerts the recordings will directly benefit the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and other projects. Silver Linings will be making a very large contribution to the new hospital wing this year!
We are now planning a concert in Los Cabo, México with pianist Herbie Hancock to raise money to build a tuition-free school for music, art, and technology. This school will give young people the opportunity to learn to play an instrument, create art, and learn to use computers. Email us to learn more or find out how you can help.
Because Audio High donates office space, staff, and other operational support, 100% of the money we raise goes to the charitable causes that we support.
All donations made to Silver Linings are tax-deductible. Concert tickets and auctioned goods carry a trade value, and deductibility will vary. Direct donations are 100% deductible.
Donate Your Old Gear!
Buying a new pair of speakers and don't know what to do with your old pair? Donate it and take a tax deduction. We will take care of selling your old gear, and you will get a tax write-off for the value of the goods. No muss, no fuss!