Individual Donors

Individual gifts are the single largest source of non-ticket revenue for the Symphony. Donors are recognized by inclusion in a donor society—the Maestro Society for gifts of $1000 and more and the Noteworthy Society for gifts from $100 to $999. The giving levels and benefits for each society are listed below. All donors are listed in the Season Program Book.

Maestro Society

Concertmaster Circle - $10,000 & Above
Opportunity to sponsor Concertmaster's orchestra chair plus all benefits of Composer Circle
Invitation to annual Chair Sponsorship Reception
Invitation to annual lunch with Maestro Muffitt

Principal Player Circle - $5,000 & Above
Opportunity to sponsor a Principal orchestra chair or a concert plus all the benefits of Composer Circle
Invitation to annual Chair Sponsorship Reception

Musician Circle - $3,500 & Above
Opportunity to sponsor an Assistant Principal orchestra chair or concert
Invitation to annual Chair Sponsorship Reception

Composer Circle - $2,500 & Above
Benefits of the Conductor Circle and Noteworthy Society, plus parking pass for all MasterWorks and Pops Series concerts
Signed poster from the concert of your choice (upon request)

Conductor Circle - $1,000 & Above
Benefits of the Noteworthy Society, plus invitation to pre-concert donor lounge reception at each MasterWorks and Pops concert

Noteworthy Society

Whole Note Circle - $600 & Above
Benefits of the Half Note and Quarter Note Circles, plus a gift certificate for two tickets to a concert of your choice

Half Note Circle - $300 & Above
Benefits of the Quarter Note Circle, plus two passes to a designated open rehearsal and coffee break with the musicians

Quarter Note Circle - $100 & Above
Recognition in season program book
Voting privileges at LSO Annual Meeting

Join the Principal Players Club
Make a 3 year commitment for $5,000 each year and receive all of the Conductor's Circle benefits listed above, plus select any Principal musician's chair to sponsor. You will build a special relationship with your sponsored musician and receive recognition in all printed materials where your Principal Chair is mentioned.