NOVEMBER IS COMMUNITY SUPPORT MONTH

At the Symphony, we never forget why we are here. We are here for our community and are grateful that you have been here for us. That sentiment is only magnified under the current circumstances.

Even though we’re not able to perform live concerts right now, we are displaying the Pacific Symphony community spirit online. Whether you’re home-schooling children, encouraging a budding violinist in your family, or you’re curious to learn more about music yourself, there is something for everyone in our community.

Watch Pacific Symphony performances on KCET and PBS SoCal’s “Southland Sessions Present Pacific Symphony,” join the weekly web show “Symphony Mixer” hosted by Principal Flute Ben Smolen and Concertmaster Dennis Kim, enjoy the “Quarantine Clips” which features our talented musicians, and learn from our acclaimed education programs, all from the comfort of your home.

While our audiences need us more than ever, the truth is that we need you more than ever, too. We can’t do any of this without you.

This November, during Community Support Month, please consider the role music plays in your life and donate as generously as you are able to support your Pacific Symphony and see us through this difficult period. We thank you for your generosity!

And don’t forget: You have a few more months left to take advantage of The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). It provides some new, and significant, tax-advantaged opportunities for donors. Donors can get a Federal income tax deduction for charitable gifts of up to 100% of Adjusted Gross Income, and non-itemizers can now deduct up to $300 for gifts to charity. 

Please Support Pacific Symphony Today!

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