The Phil's glorious sound fills the music hall every season. The orchestra plays to critical acclaim and standing ovations. It is our talented musicians who turn music into magic. Chair sponsorships can be named for you, your family or a friend. It is a great way to celebrate and honor someone while giving the lasting gift of music. You can sponsor a principal musician for $1,000 or a musician chair for $750, for the duration of one performance season.
Once you become a Partner in Performance, you will be invited to exclusive meet-and-greet opportunities with the sponsored musician and the Phil’s music director, Steven Karidoyanes.
Questions about giving? Contact Executive Director Kim Corben at 508-746-8008 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The latest news and updates from our Phil musicians
Kyle Spraker recently scored work--and a trumpet solo--on the soundtrack of the movie The Tenants Downstairs. The film, earning acclaim for its gorgeous and unsettling soundtrack, premiered in Taiwan, and working its way around the globe. Kyle also crossed over into video games, playing on a track of Final Fantasy XV.
Radius Ensemble's go-to guest artist is Mary Cicconetti, oboe. This is her second guest artist gig with the group, voted "Boston's Best Classical Ensemble" by The Improper Bostonian in 2016.
The Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra recorded Tom Hojnacki's first symphony, now available on Albany records. The Claflin Hill Symphony premiered the pianist/composer's second symphony during an evening of his works in 2015.
Chris Beaudry performed on a number of recordings for the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. One of them, Play by Andrew Norman, received a Grammy nomination in 2016.
Eli Speirs has led jazz combos from Beantown to Capetown. Recently, she toured South Korea and appeared in a live television broadcast.
Kenneth Allen's chamber group, Trio Notturno has commissioned several works to increase the repertoire for flute, viola, and harp. They will premiere a new nocturne by Andy Vores in May 2017.
Elisabeth Axtell is an historic instrument specialist and is currently performing on natural horn and authentic, early-valved instruments.
Last year, Marina Krickler played with Andrea Bocelli at the TD Garden Center, Boston.
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