You Make the Music Happen
The San Diego Symphony Orchestra is your orchestra,
and we need you to help to Make the Music Happen.
The San Diego Symphony is known for bringing music to San Diego through our summer and winter seasons, but our work touches peoples’ lives far beyond the doors of our concert hall. Our music education reaches into every neighborhood. These are the places where our musicians live—where they teach your children, play in your churches, and perform in your local ensembles. We are a part of the fabric of your community.
With a successful Piano Festival, popular new Jazz Series, exciting summer line-up and wide array of guest artists and conductors this year, the Symphony’s ticket sales are reaching new heights. But ticket sales alone are not enough to make the music happen. None of our programs can exist without your support. Please contribute today to help music thrive in your community.
With your generous support, music can continue to thrive in the lives of San Diegans.
What your gift can do for the community
This is the perfect opportunity to make your generosity go even further!
When you make a gift by June 30th your support will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $500,000
by an anonymous donor!
Here are examples of what your support can do…
Here’s How It Works
Your gift will be matched by a generous donor to fund and enhance our concerts and programs all over San Diego!
How We Say Thank You
Can we count on YOU to Help Make the Music Happen?
performances in Local
Schools by ensembles
guest conductors in
the 2015-16 season
winter and summer
students received musical
coaching at local school
partnerships with libraries, schools,
homeless shelters, military organizations
followers on various social media
platforms, which is a 60.4% increase
in the past 12 months
attendees at the first-ever
Jazz @ the Jacobs series
countries represented among
our social media fans
seats offered to veterans, active
military and their families for special
military appreciation concerts
social media followers
ages 25 to 44
guest artists in
the 2015-16 season
tickets given to nonprofits and
community members, many of whom
could not otherwise afford a ticket
classical, film, family
and chamber concerts
first-time concert-goers at
Upright & Grand Piano Festival
13,000students attend Young People’s
Concerts each year
matching grant that will double your
gift between now and June 30