Campaign for Symphonic Music and Opera Productions
A $20 million initiative to celebrate the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’ 20th Anniversary Season, 20/20 Vision is a 5-year campaign to maintain annual operating costs, increase the orchestra’s endowment, and establish an endowment for opera.
Secure symphonic music and opera for future generations by:
Making an Outright Gift. A cash gift to the endowment helps teh orchestra or opera today.
Including a Testamentary Gift in Your Will. This includes gifts of cash, securities, retirement plan assets and paid-up lief insurance policies.
Making a Life Income Gift. Establish a Charitable Gift Annuity at the Community Foundation of Central Florida, or create a Charitable Remainder Trust.
Endowment gifts are a way to provide long-term support and stability for the Orlando Philharmonic. These gifts are invested to provide the orchestra with a continuous source of annual income. The Philharmonic offers the opportunity to endow musician chairs. We are grateful to the following for their endowed chairs.
Thank you to the following donors who have endowed chairs in the orchestra:
|Concertmaster||Lynn and Charles Steinmetz|
|Associate Concertmaster||Jeanne and John Blackburn|
|Principal Bassoon||Theodore R. Hassen|
|Principal Trumpet||Stephen Goldman|
|Principal Timpani||Kenneth & Ann Hicks Murrah|
Available to be endowed
Principal Pops Conductor
Principal Second Violin
Principal Double Bass
Principal French Horn
The Heritage Society honors donors who make legacy gifts to the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra or Opera endowments in their wills, through Charitable Gift Annuities or Charitable Remainder Trusts. Recognition is ongoing and written notification is required. For further information, please contact the Philharmonic’s Development office at (407) 896-6700 ext. 225.
Erna G. Antony*
Ed “Rocky” Bergman
John O. Blackburn*
Thelma F. Blackburn*
Carol Stanley Fenner
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Floyd*
Jane M. Foster
Mary A. Freyer
Mrs. Ernestine W. Gleason
Mrs. Germaine B. Haserot*
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L. Herron
Elizabeth Wilson Hinchliff
Hugh R. and Caroline Gallagher James
Mary Laurie Lane
Kenneth F. Murrah & Ann Hicks Murrah
Margery L. Pabst
Donald R. Rupp
The Johnston Music and Art Education Fund