Contributions to the Annual Fund Campaign stay within the community to keep ticket prices affordable, enabling audiences of all ages to enjoy and experience MSO concerts. Your gift also helps bring MSO music education programs to over 25, 000 youth in classrooms and other education venues throughout Washington County. All contributions are tax-deductible.
Friend – $50 to $99
Become a Friend of the Symphony and be recognized in the MSO program book BRAVO! Digital Magazine with your gift of $50 or more.
Associate – $100 to $249
Receive two “Share the Symphony” vouchers for any Masterworks concert throughout the season to gift to friends or family.
Benefactor – $250 to $499
Be invited to reception events and mingle with other supporters of the symphony, MSO musicians and guest artists.
Patron – $500 to $1,499
See the music as it’s made by attending a concert rehearsal as our special guest.
Conductor’s Circle - $1,500 to $2,999
Receive an exclusive invitation to the MSO’s annual Conductors Circle Celebration.
Silver Baton - $3,000 to $4,999
Take part in the Conductors Circle Celebration and receive your special Silver Baton recognition. Throughout the season enjoy validated parking by simply visiting the box office as you exit the Maryland Theatre.
Gold Baton - $5,000 to $9,999
Relish in the fun of the Conductor’s Circle Celebration and receive your special Gold Baton recognition. Visit the Maryland Theatre’s beautiful concessions for a complimentary beverage throughout the season (10 vouchers per season).
Platinum Baton - $10,000 and above
Receive your special Platinum Baton recognition at the Conductors Circle Celebration. Join us for a special Investor Update from Executive Director Jonathan Parrish & Music Director Elizabeth Schulze.
All levels include benefits from the preceding levels. Benefits will be offered in accordance with the MSO’s current health and safety guidelines.
The MSO’s commitment to artistic excellence is well-known, but such a commitment depends on the generosity of community-minded individuals who gladly shoulder the responsibility of promoting, preserving, and supporting the arts. In recognition of those patrons who demonstrate this kind of strong personal commitment to the MSO’s artistic, educational and outreach goals, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra has created the Heritage Endowers’ Society.
Members of the Heritage Endowers’ Society have made a special gift to the MSO through their estate plans, realizing that careful planning today can reap wonderful rewards tomorrow. They have the satisfaction of knowing that their own interests and wishes have helped to shape the MSO’s future, and that tomorrow’s audiences will benefit from today’s generosity. We invite you to consider including a provision for the Maryland Symphony Orchestra in your estate plans, and becoming a member of the Heritage Endowers’ Society.
More than 70,000 patrons attend the Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s 15 concerts and programs annually. Enhance your company profile and provide crucial support for MSO’s nationally recognized music education programs by partnering with the MSO. Corporate sponsors receive prominent recognition and exposure to MSO subscribers, single ticket buyers, and to the thousands of residents the Orchestra serves in communities throughout Western Maryland and the surrounding region. Benefits are tailored to meet the unique goals and priorities of each MSO sponsor and usually include:
- Complimentary tickets
- Recognition in print and online advertising
- Logo and/or company name in BRAVO!, concert flyers and press releases
- Logo and/or company name on sponsor thank you signs displayed in the lobby of performance venues
- Invitations to social events, receptions and the annual Conductor’s Circle celebration
In addition to online gifts, contributions can also be sent by mail to: Maryland Symphony Orchestra 21 S. Potomac St, 2nd Floor, Hagerstown, MD 21740. Please make your check payable to the MSO.
For More Information
If you’d like to learn more about our sponsorship programs, please contact Emily Socks, Director of Development, at 301-797-4000 or by email.