Symphony NH

2020 Goals

Since 1923, Symphony NH continues to impact audiences throughout New Hampshire through thoughtful and compelling programming as well as expanded education and community engagement efforts. Our programming and performances are the expression of our mission and vision – providing inspiring and enlightening musical undertakings that engage local, regional and statewide audiences. Symphony NH has a long history of excellence and innovation, producing programs that are responsive to and reflective of the New Hampshire community. Under the new Music Director Roger Kalia, our vision includes challenging the idea of what a 21st Century Orchestra can be and do and the role that Symphony NH can play in the everyday lives of the people of New Hampshire.

Fundraising Events

Fanfare Gala Banquet and Silent Auction, Saturday, February 15, 2020, at the Courtyard by Marriott, Nashua, NH.

Giving Opportunities

Thanks to the generosity of supporters like you, Symphony NH continues to enrich communities across New Hampshire through exceptional live music, world-renowned soloists and our ever-expanding education programs. Without the generosity of our donors, we could not continue our programs season after season. Please consider making a one-time or annual gift. Interested in being a sustaining donor by giving monthly or quarterly? Set up your sustaining donation at www.symphonynh.org/donate. Business Partnership — Support from local corporations and businesses is essential to continuing Symphony NH’s work in the community. A broad range of partnership opportunities (including in-kind) are available. Partnering with Symphony NH can increase your organization’s exposure in the region while supporting live music, arts education and arts access for underserved communities in New Hampshire. Bequests — One of the simplest ways to support Symphony NH and have a lasting impact is by making a gift through your will or trust.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Friends of Symphony NH is an eclectic social group, offering a wonderful way to meet people and become more involved in the area arts community. The Friends welcome both active members and individuals interested in just the occasional project. Symphony NH relies on our loyal volunteers to help us continue furthering our mission. If you are interested in supporting Symphony NH as a volunteer please call us at 603-595-9156.

Board Officers / Board Members

Robert Oot
President
Retired physician

Cam McGurk
Vice President
Educator, Nashua Public Schools

Joe Kenny
Treasurer
Hamlet Kerrigan

Mark Tremallo
Secretary
Retired attorney

Geri Boisvert
Retired

Ann Conway
Retired

Mary Jordan
Retired

Shoshanna Kelly
Nashua City Alderman

John Rein
Audio Video Therapy

Galina Szakacs
Retired

Amir Toosi
Rivier University School of Business

Will Torres
Belltower Home Health Care

Paul Urbanek
Concord Orthopedics

Drew Wilson
Family Dental of Milford

Barb Young
Retired

 

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