Oh, this is interesting. Got an email from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra:
Make a gift of $75 or more to get access for two people to the Donor Appreciation Concert on June 18th. Donors of $250 or more receive four complimentary seats.
Join us at this year’s Donor Appreciation Concert as the BSO shares the stage with members of the BSO Academy Orchestra. As one of our valued Members, you will have the exclusive opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at one of the BSO’s groundbreaking initiatives. Be one of the few who will have the chance to experience Maestra Marin Alsop leading the Academy’s culminating concert featuring symphonic favorites by Bernstein, Ravel, Mahler, Rimsky-Korsakov and Hindemith. For more information on the concert, click here.
Become a Beethoven level Member ($150) and enhance your concert-going experience with two complimentary drink vouchers.
Ticket sales cover only 40% of our annual operating costs. Your gift will help us balance our budget and reach our remaining Annual Fund goal of $150,000 by August 31st!
To discover more ways your support will enhance lives in local communities, please visit our “Case for Music.”
I checked out the concert, and they’re offering some Ravel, some Hindemith, a Mahler symphony, AND: Berstein’s Overture to Candide AND: Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio espagnol! And if you give them $150 they’ll also give you alcohol? What a deal! Man, I wish I had that kind of money to drop. Does anyone wanna go splitsies with me?