A message from Music Builds Community’s leadership!
Thank you for your interest in Music Builds Community: The Hartford Symphony Orchestra Campaign.
HSO is proud of its rich history and confident in our bold vision for the future.
The HSO is a leading cultural asset in Connecticut and a significant contributor to the richness of the Greater Hartford region. Through our collective passion for enriching lives and community through great music, the Symphony will continue to be a positive force and the Music Builds Community campaign is our opportunity to support this important mission.
Music Builds Community provides the resources to build a stronger HSO. Utilizing the talents of our professional musicians, we will reach diverse audiences, educate young people and continue to perform the world’s most beautiful music in a variety of settings.
Music Builds Community is about all of us working together to secure the HSO’s future. A future where HSO will continue to be a beacon of good in the state of Connecticut.
Again, our thanks and now, please learn more about HSO’s plans, its case for support and progress to date and learn why current donors support MBC and review a complete list of those supporters!
Rebecca Corbin Loree
Founder and CEO, Corbin Advisors, LLC
Campaign Chair, Music Builds Community
Jeffery R. Verney
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Join us and explore how your gift will help build a vibrant future for the HSO and our community.
Browse the site for campaign updates and to read inspirational stories from donors. Examine our case statement for support, the leadership profiles, our updated list of donors, and the options available for you to join Music Builds Community.
“As an instrumental music teacher in the Hartford Public Schools, I have seen students inspired by the Hartford Symphony performances, leading them to dream of one day performing at the Bushnell. The power of live music cannot be underestimated and the Hartford Symphony offers an invaluable tool for students to aspire towards a musical future.”
Rebecca Corbin Loree – Chair
John C. Langenus
David M. Roth
Karen J. Sprout
Jeffery R. Verney