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Make a gift to The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Annual Fund and support the music you love.
Your gift to the Orchestra’s Annual Fund impacts all of our work onstage, in schools and communities, around the world, and through broadcasts and digital media.
Your gift of $100 or more offers membership to the Orchestra, with special benefits designed to bring you closer to our mission. If you have questions about membership support, please contact the Annual Fund Office at 215.893.3151 (Monday–Friday, 9 AM–5 PM) or [email protected].
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, under the advisement of the CDC and City of Philadelphia, the donor events listed below have been suspended for the 2020–21 season.
Please see our full statement and information about Digital Events here.
Maestros Circle members enjoy enhanced benefits in appreciation for their generous contributions of $3,500 or more. Each Maestros Circle level includes all benefits from the proceeding levels:
All Friends Circle Benefits, including:
Presenters Circle members receive special sponsorship recognition and customized stewardship experiences. Orchestra staff work with Presenters Circle members to arrange special experiences, offering members the opportunity to engage with musicians and guest artists. Presenters Circle members receive all benefits at the Friends Circle and Maestros Circle levels.
All Maestros Circle Benefits, including:
Artistic Council members make annual commitments of $125,000 or greater and receive individually tailored benefits that offer exclusive access to, and opportunities for interaction with, Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Philadelphia Orchestra musicians, guest artists and conductors, and artistic personnel.
For more information about the Artistic Council, please contact Mitch Bassion at 215.893.1811 or [email protected].
All Presenters Circle Benefits, including:
The Philadelphia Orchestra Association is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization and is required by law to provide a description and good faith estimate of the value of benefits, goods, or services offered in exchange for charitable contributions.
The benefits listed below are considered goods or services provided to donors in exchange for their support. The value of benefits consumed should be deducted from the total amount of your contribution, if you are declaring it to the IRS for tax-deduction purposes.
Donors may elect to decline all benefits, in which case no goods or services will be offered in exchange for your contribution, and the full amount of your gift may be considered tax deductible to the extent provided by law.
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Ticket Sales: 215.893.1999Subscriber Services: 215.893.1955Group Sales: 215.893.1968Donor Services: 215.893.3151TTY 215.875.7633
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