"Messiah" Jacksonville Symphony
December 17, 2021
Agata Szymczewska, violin Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra January 15, 2022 Teatro Lirico D'Europa Tenors & Divas
January 29, 2022
February 4, 2022 Teatro Lirico D'Europa
Russian National Orchestra
February 11, 2022 Alexander Malofeev, piano
State Ensemble of the Republic of Sakha Siberian Virtuosi
March 27, 2022

Slide Contributors Conductor Circle Maestro Circle Grand Maestro Circle Dr. Oscar & Carol Carbonell
Gertrud & Jean Max Corvington
Mrs. Phylicia Doig
Dr. & Mrs. Edward Kupic
Ina & Tina Ross Family Fund
Evelyn Shapiro
David & Antoinette Slick
Mary Lou Thompson
Weekley & Arganbright
Julius & Becky Erlenbach
Betty Hodkinson
Contributors Dorothy Allison
Mr. & Mrs. Romain F. Bastian
Catherine Bauerle
Rebecca & Michael Becker
Eleanor Callon
Charles Combopiano
Bill & Sue Fillion
Gregory & Linda Fritze
James E. Gibbs, MD
Richard & Sandra Gosch
Rose Grace & Stephen Halpern
Lynda & John Hodgson
Lucy & Bob Jackman
Dick & Lois Clark Loesch
Bert & Ann Meine
Gina Millar
Shirley & Mahyar Okhovatian
Brandon & Lisa Perry
Dr. Douglas Peterson & Pamela Hansen-Peterson
John & Sharon Phelps
Christine & Louis Seno
Deb Smith
Maggie Thompson
Angelo & Kathy Tompros
Pamela & Gary Wilkins
Margaret Yaeger
Virtuoso Circle Contributors Drake M. Davis & Elaine Carlini-Davis
Lila Griggs
Mary Ann Singer
Concertmaster Circle Aaron & Francine Chorost
Dennis Sobeck

Principal Circle Anonymous
Brad & Tami Factor
Robert F. Evans
In Memory of David Williams
-- Amy & Glen Gottlieb
Rudolph Habermann, Jr.
In Memory of David Williams
-- Charlotte Hart

Tracy Killeen
Holly Ann Hogan-Matthews
Richard Moore
Yolanda Reilly
Stuart Sixma - Morgan Stanley
Bev Skillicorn
Dr. Robert & Barbara Young
Soloist Circle Amazon Smile
Ginny Billingsley
Marcia & David Gitelman
Charlotte Mueller
Judy A. Reiker

Slide or [email protected] Incorporating the Daytona Beach Symphony Society in your planned giving is a way to leave a legacy and support the future of classical music in the community. Consider making a tax-deductible gift today. We need your help to keep classical music, opera and dance alive and well in Daytona Beach. Ticket sales account of only 56% of our income. The rest comes from corporate and private support, grants, and contributions. Concert sponsorships are tax-deductible and are customized to your interest and to fit your needs. Concert Sponsorships For more information on concert sponsorships, please contact the Daytona Beach Symphony Society office at Endowment 386.253.2901 2021- 2022
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*At the post-concert receptions which are held in the Peabody Auditorium Rose Room, you’ll enjoy meeting the performers, conductors, soloist, and other Symphony Society contributors. Contributions received after the concert program goes to press with be recognized in the concert inserts and website.

Slide Bequests Through a Will Certain charitable gifts can provide you with a lifetime income with the remainder going to charity. These options ensure an income for you and/or your beneficiaries and then leaves a residual gift to the Daytona Beach Symphony Society. With this option, you have the benefits of stability, simplicity and flexibility. or [email protected] A gift to the Endowment provides donors to make significant, long-lasting improvements in the quality of life for the people in our community. There are many ways to make a charitable gift with insurance policies or trusts. With a relatively modest investment, a donor can make a substantial gift and receive tax benefits as well. You can name the Daytona Beach Symphony Society as the partial or contingency beneficiary of your retirement or pension plan. Gifts of Life Insurance Ways to Give One of the most popular and easiest ways to make a planned gift is through your will. You can leave a specific percentage, dollar amount, property or the residual of an estate to the Daytona Beach Symphony Society. This provision can be part of a new will or added to your existing will as a codicil. 386.253.2901 Gifts that Provide Income For information about the Endowment and its services, please contact the Daytona Beach Symphony Society at