Celebrating Our Community of Supporters

The LSO is a community-supported orchestra and your commitment is essential to our success. We invite you to support your orchestra through tax-deductible annual donations. By attending our concerts and contributing regularly you are making an investment in music performance and music education for our community, now and for generations to come.

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Noteworthy Society

Quarter Note Society / $100 and above

  • Recognition in season program book
  • Voting privileges at LSO Annual Meeting

Half Note Society / $300 and above

  • All of the above, plus two passes to a designated open rehearsal and coffee break with musicians

Whole Note Society / $600 and above

  • All of the above, plus gift certificate for two tickets to a concert of your choice

Maestro Society

Conductor Circle / $1,000 and above

  • All of the above, plus invitation to pre-concert donor lounge reception at each MasterWorks and Pops concert

Composer Circle / $2,500 and above

  • All of the above, plus parking pass for all MasterWorks and Pops concerts
  • Signed poster from the concert of your choice (upon request)

Musician Circle / $3,500 and above

  • Opportunity to sponsor an Assistant Principal orchestra chair
  • Invitation to annual Chair Sponsorship Reception

Musician Circle / $5,000 and above

  • Opportunity to sponsor a Principal orchestra chair or a concert plus all the benefits of Composer Circle
  • Invitation to annual Chair Sponsorship Reception

Concertmaster Circle / $10,000 and above

  • Opportunity to sponsor a Concertmaster's orchestra chair plus all the benefits of Composer Circle
  • Invitation to annual lunch with Maestro Muffitt

The Gustav Meier Society

The Gustav Meier Society honors and recognizes individuals who provide for the LSO through their estate planning. Ways in which to become a member include making bequests in a will, gift of a life insurance policy, charitable remainder trust charitable lead trust, and naming the LSO as a beneficiary on an IRA, CD, savings account or retirement plan.

Members of the Gustav Meier Society enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that they are supporting outstanding symphonic music for generations to come.