The FSO firmly believes that live orchestral music makes our community a better place to live and work.

The Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Believes That Music DOES Matter.

It matters to the audiences who are captivated by exciting symphonic performances with world-renowned guests like pianist Jeffrey Swann and violinist and new NAU faculty member Steven Moeckel, and by our community concerts like The Nutcracker and A Flag Fourth.

And it matters to the 3,500+ Northern Arizona youth, including those living in tribal communities up to 130 miles away, who are motivated by our music education program Link Up in partnership with Carnegie Hall.

We want you to know about the symphony’s plans for financial sustainability, as we responsibly invest in our present, dutifully plan for the future, and mindfully steward the community’s investment in our organization. To this end, the FSO has introduced new sources of earned revenue, including innovative adult learning initiatives like SOUND ON that will add value to our regular concert season. We’ve also created a new summer series of three “pops” concerts in the Pepsi Amphitheater, which are designed to attract and enhance seasonal tourism.

Our Music Matters Campaign goal is to raise $25,000 by March 1, 2022.

When you give to FSO, you directly impact the lives of our musicians and the young people who benefit from the symphony’s music education programs. With your generous contribution, we can continue to provide the live orchestral music that makes Flagstaff a better place to live and work.

You can partner with us to bring the joy and beauty of music to our community by participating in our Music Matters Campaign.

Will you help us make music matter in our community?

Please donate today!