Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra - Plymouth Concerts

Composers Society Leadership Giving

Philanthropists who give at the leadership level become members of our Composers Society, a group of passionate supporters whose visionary investment in the Phil strengthen the orchestra’s financial health. This group meets annually for a celebratory recognition dinner and a chamber concert exclusively for its members. The Composers Society began in 2015 and it is an annual membership.

Haydn Circle $1,000-$1,499

  • Invitation for two to the Composers Society performances and dinner
  • Quarterly updates on behind the scenes happenings

Mozart Circle $1,500-$2,499
The above plus,

  • Invitation for two to all pre- and post-concert parties

Brahms Circle $2,500-$4,999
The above plus,

  • Invitation for two to attend a closed rehearsal
  • Priority seating status for Holiday Pops table seating at list ticket price

Tchaikovsky Circle $5,000-$9,999
The above plus,

  • Private lunch for four with Maestro Karidoyanes
  • A trio, quartet or quintet of Phil musicians will perform for one hour at your special event

Copland Circle $10,000-$24,999
The above plus,

  • A complimentary choice table for the annual Holiday Pops or Spring Pops concert of your choice (8 seats)
  • Dinner for four with Maestro Karidoyanes
  • Backstage access to meet the guest artists following concerts

Beethoven Circle $25,000 plus
All of the above plus benefits customized to suit your specific needs

For more information about joining the Composers Society, contact Executive Director Kim Corben at 508-746-8008 or


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