What a crazy year it has been!  Thankfully, the Helena Symphony’s music-making continues for you and because of YOU!

Instead of closing our doors to weather the storm, we have introduced our innovative and socially-distanced HomeStream Your Helena Symphony live broadcasts.  Presented at no charge, we are thrilled that we have reached over 16,000 people over the course of five unique concerts in under eight weeks. These performances are promoting the safety of you and our entire family of patrons, as well as ensuring the health of our musicians of the Helena Symphony Orchestra & Chorale.

We are, however, feeling the weight of the pandemic.   Last year, the Symphony did lose over $245k in expected revenue, and as you can imagine, the costs of the $45k-$60k concerts have only increased in order to broadcast them.

Most importantly, YOUR Helena Symphony is making a major impact in our community and throughout the country right now, as we know music is critical for our emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being.

We are determined to ensure a second half of the Season.  With your continued support and generosity, our music-making will continue.  You may be a long-time donor, a new donor, or a subscriber.  Please consider a first-time donation, increasing a gift, or even making an additional donation this year.  Your gift directly impacts our ability to continue our live streamed concerts and educational programming at no cost to our viewers.

Here is the bonus: an incredibly generous family will match every donation we receive up to $20,000 between now and December 20th.   So effectively, your donation is doubled!

On behalf of the Board of Directors, the staff, and all of the musicians in the Helena Symphony Orchestra & Chorale, we are truly thankful for you.  You are the reason we are here, and the reason our music-making is impacting our community.

Music matters – and you make it possible.

HomeStream Your Helena Symphony with Annual Christmas in the Cathedral
2020-2021 Symphony Kids Continue with The Four Musicians