Join Us On A Musical Adventure!
Our 103rd season - Musical Postcards - is filled with exciting performances inspired by composers from throughout Europe and America.
It is an emotional powerhouse of a season that promises a musical journey through the world of great symphonic music!
But we need your help! We can't embark on our voyage without your support! Did you know that tickets sales cover only one third of the expenses to present our powerful concerts and incredible education programs? We rely on the generosity of corporations, foundations and individuals, like you, to help us meet the critical demand in our community for superb symphonic music.
Please consider a gift to the Symphony’s Annual Fund.
Your contribution will help us fulfill our mission to enrich, engage and entertain the Quad City community with superb symphonic music, music education and cultural leadership. We are the only organization in our community that can present music of this scale and quality, and who can ensure that live performances of the music of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart be enjoyed for future generations.
Orchestras in larger communities across the nation have struggled to survive as support has dwindled. But not here. Our more than 100-year history is a demonstration of the value that you and many in our community place in the Symphony. Please show your support and help us continue our success by clicking on the button below and making a donation.
Director of Development
Contributions to the Quad City Symphony Orchestra Association (FEIN 42-6017663) are tax-deductible. The Quad City Symphony Orchestra Association is a tax-exempt organization under the provisions of Internal Revenue Service Code 501(c)(3).
Platinum Baton - $10,000 and up
Gold Baton - $6,000 to $9,999
Silver Baton - $3,500 to $5,999
Bronze Baton - $2,500 to $3,499
Patron - $1,100 to $2,499
Benefactor - $550 to $1,099
Supporter - $200 to $549
Friend - up to $199
For more information please contact Steve Mohr, Director of Development, at (563) 424-7735 or email me directly.