One of the powerful things about pairing a mime company and a symphony orchestra is that both demonstrate universal languages, and the Magic Circle Mime Co. is here this weekend ... More »
Patron support has always been the most important source of revenue for the North Carolina Symphony, and with your help, it always will be.
For a fifth consecutive year, the State of North Carolina has issued an $8 million challenge. The North Carolina Symphony must generate $8 million in community support, and it will be matched with a $1.5 million additional state appropriation.
There is no better way to demonstrate the importance of this great music in your community than your contribution to the orchestra.
Success is in your hands. Make a gift today!
Comments from patrons:
“Every performance is a delight that everyone within driving distance should experience. The North Carolina Symphony is our state treasure.”
“We both personally enjoy the North Carolina Symphony but also feel that it is a great economic benefit for the Triangle and the state in general.”
“We love the level of artistic quality!”
“I have no doubt that had I not been exposed to the North Carolina Symphony in elementary school, my life would have been completely different. Thank goodness I was able to participate in the making of music as a teacher and choral director. It has been the glue that held my heart and soul together. So much pleasure for a lifetime. I am too old to perform now, but I still have ears to hear.”
“There is admiration for the dedication of all who make the continuation of the NC Symphony possible, especially the musicians. I thank them and will continue to do all I can to support their efforts.”
“I often consider moving away from Raleigh when I retire. But then I think that I just could not leave the Symphony behind. Keep up the good work!”
For more information about the State challenge grant, contact a member of the North Carolina Symphony Philanthropy Department at 919.733.2750.
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