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DONATION CAMPAIGNS
Chicago Philharmonic Society
Thank you for supporting The Chicago Philharmonic Society's ongoing mission - to excite, engage, and transform diverse audiences with the beauty and power of great music. Your generous support allows us to present world-class orchestral concerts, innovative chamber music series, and far-reaching outreach programs in the Chicago area. By being part of our loyal family of contributors, you ensure a strong future for our organization and help make life harmonious for the greater Chicago community.
"Hear it Together" Support
Chicago Philharmonic’s 31st Season: Together safely brings beloved symphonic and chamber music to Chicagoans of all ages and backgrounds. Chicago Phil’s Fall 2020 main series “Hear it Together” is hosted by Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Scott Speck, featuring Sonorous Earth (October 4), The Dream (November 1), and David Perry + Friends (December 6). Each virtual event places the observer onstage, right in the middle of the action. Live commentary from our host, Scott Speck, and monthly co-hosts (Augusta Read Thomas, Nick Pupillo, and David Perry) provide a unique concert experience where you will “Hear it Together.”

In honor of your support to Fall "Hear it Together" programming, you will receive links to the program 48 hours before the event. We suggest a $15.00 donation for each "Hear it Together" performance. Contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law. Consult your tax advisor.

>>> SUGGESTED INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT: $45
>>> SUGGESTED FAMILY SUPPORT $70
>>> SUPPORT WHAT YOU CAN: $
Special Musicians Assistance Fund (COVID-19)
In the wake of COVID-19, The Chicago Philharmonic Society has created a Special Musician Assistance Fund. Since at this point, our revenue-generating work has been canceled or postponed from March 12, 2020, through May 15, 2020. This has greatly affected our organization and has also left our musicians, who generally rely on a variety of sources to create their livelihoods, at great risk. Please consider a contribution to the Special Musician Assistance Fund to help aid our musicians at this time.