Dear Valued Supporters,
The Salisbury Symphony's 2022-2023 season will mark many milestones in the history of our organization and is expected to be our largest season yet! This upcoming season will mark our 55th year performing and educating in Rowan County and will also celebrate the 35th year under the baton of Maestro David Hagy. It will also mark his transition from music director to Music Director Emeritus at the end of the season.
The Salisbury Symphony is also excited to announce a new opportunity for your business to support our wonderful programs and events while showcasing your organization to our patrons. Next season will bring not only our standard five major orchestra concerts, but also a new Serenade series. This Serenade series will feature five small ensemble concerts, which allows us to double our offerings to the community. Ten concerts also doubles your opportunity to present your organization to our audiences in print.
In addition to our expanded season, we have lowered our ticket prices by 50%, and have made efforts to remove barriers to our education programs including tuition cost and instrument rentals. Now a family of four will be able to attend our concerts for under $20, and participants in our education programs will be paying less than $3.50 per hour of instruction.
We pride ourselves on being champions of orchestral music in the community of Salisbury, and you support through advertising in our concert programs allows us to reach even more potential music lovers by keeping the cost of participating in our musical programs extremely low. On the back of this letter are our new ad rates for the coming season. You will notice that the Orchestra and Serenade concert series are separate printed programs. Your organization is free to choose how you would like to advertise with us, but we would love to see your business featured in both concert series' programs.
Thank you for helping the Salisbury Symphony educate future musicians, enrich the lives of those living in Rowan County, engage our audiences in an unexpected way and inspire our community with music.
Hunter Scott Safrit