Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads this program featuring popular works by Mozart and a performance by teenage piano virtuoso Jan Lisiecki.
Did Bruckner sense that his Ninth Symphony would be his final work? After nine years of toil over the score, only three of the four movements were completed upon his death in 1896.
Donors have found that a planned gift, creatively structured to provide tax advantages and life income, can provide an ideal opportunity to support the institution they love, at a higher level than they had thought possible. Your planned gift to The Philadelphia Orchestra can also benefit you and your family. We are proud to honor our planned giving donors with membership in the Frances Anne Wister Society.
There are multiple ways to give and many different assets you can use. From a simple bequest to more complex arrangements, we welcome the opportunity to assist you and your advisors in planning a contribution that suits your particular needs.
Please contact Marilyn Lucas, Vice President, Development by phone at 215.893.3133 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about specific planned giving strategies.