SUPPORT

JOIN THE FRIENDS OF NEW PHILHARMONIC

Please consider joining the Friends of New Philharmonic, whose goal is to make New Philharmonic better known in the community, boost attendance at concerts, and raise additional funds to ensure the orchestra’s future. We will add you to our mailing list and keep you informed about our progress in supporting New Philharmonic.

Volunteers are needed right now to help with the following:

1)  Tell one and all of the unique and splendid concerts that New Philharmonic provides at a modest price with free parking!

2) Help form action committees to promote communication, welcoming, pre- and post-concert events, lectures, fund-raising events, and publicity, to name a few.

3) Host a table in the lobby at one of the concerts this season to encourage more audience members to join our group.

4) Hand out publicity materials to friends and local businesses in your neighborhood.

If you are interested in becoming a Friend of New Philharmonic, please email us at info@friendsofnewphilharmonic.com. All our new volunteers can look forward to a special “Thank You” event hosted by Maestro Kirk Muspratt this spring.

MAKE A FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION

New Philharmonic receives substantial support, both financial and in-kind, from the College of DuPage. Additional funding comes from ticket sales, corporate and individual donations, grants, the Illinois Arts Council, and from the college’s Student Activities Fund.

Acquiring funding for future seasons is critical to the survival of the orchestra. You can offer your support by making a financial pledge to New Philharmonic.

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