Support a Boulder Philharmonic musician with a pledge of $250 or more! 

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By making a pledge of two or more years as a Friends of the Phil sponsor, you provide critical support to the Phil by directly underwriting a portion of a professional musician’s salary. Our roster boasts some of the finest professional players in the region, and their artistry is at the heart of the concert experience that audiences thrill to season after season. Hiring the most qualified musicians requires a significant investment, and your participation in Friends of the Phil helps support the most talented artists in our community. 

And your sponsorship will give you the chance to experience the orchestra from the inside out while forging a special connection between you and the performers on stage. Special events and activities are planned each season to bring sponsors and musicians together, building connections that transform each concert experience into a meeting with friends!

Friends of the Phil pledge levels*:

Principal Chair Sponsor:                         $1,000
Assistant Principal Chair Sponsor:         $500
Section Chair Sponsor:                           $250

*In order to provide support we can count on, we hope that you will commit to a multi-year pledge of two years or more.

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Read more about the musicians of the Boulder Phil

For more information about Friends of the Phil, please contact Director of Development Eve Orenstein at 303-443-0542 or eve@boulderphil.org.

JOIN US AFTER THE SHOW! 
All Friends of the Phil sponsors will be invited to attend an exclusive reception with sponsored musicians during the season, immediately following a performance! 

Friends of the Phil are also invited to attend special open rehearsals to get a behind the scenes look and a chance to meet and mingle with musicians.

Show your support of a Boulder Phil musician by joining the Friends of the Phil pledge program today! 

Click here for our online Friends of the Phil pledge form

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