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Thank you for attending Guarantors' Week 2017!
The Minnesota Orchestra has a new ticketing system! Read more about this update or reserve your tickets by following these steps.
1. Create your account
To get started, you will need to create a new password using the email address you usually use for your Minnesota Orchestra account. If you've already done this, you may skip this step.
2. Sign in to your account
Sign in to your account and enter promo code (from your Guarantors' Week email or postcard). The promo code unlocks early access to this concert; signing in to your account lets us know you're a Guarantor. Your free ticket benefit will be applied after you add the ticket(s) to your cart.
3. Select your seats
Select seats to the Guarantors' Concert of your choice:
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The Minnesota Orchestra offers our deepest gratitude to the 8,487 donors who made our 2017-2018 season of musical performance, programming and engagement such a spectacular success. Your financial investment made it possible for nearly 300,000 people of all ages to experience the Orchestra’s celebrated music at Orchestra Hall, at free summer concerts across the Twin Cities metro area, and at tour destinations as varied as Mankato, Chicago, London and South Africa – all while achieving a balanced budget for the fourth consecutive year.
The Minnesota Orchestra's mission is to enrich, inspire and serve our community as an enduring symphony orchestra internationally recognized for its artistic excellence.
pieces by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky were performed in just two weeks during the Tchaikovsky Marathon, including six symphonies, three piano concertos, a violin concerto, a ballet suite and several other works.
Inspiring, Engaging, and Serving
students – coming from 292 schools throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa – attended one of the 22 Young People’s Concerts during the 2017-2018 season. More than 9,000 of those students attended for free; others paid just $6.25.
Music for Mandela
people attended performances and other musical activities during Sommerfest at Orchestra Hall. Beyond Minnesota, more than 5,000 people attended the BBC Proms concert at Royal Albert Hall in London and 4,700 people attended tour concerts in South Africa – 10% of whom were students who received free tickets.
Thank you for your support!
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What is a donor-advised fund?
A donor-advised fund (DAF) acts like a charitable savings account, allowing you to contribute cash, stocks or other assets into it, and make charitable donations to the organizations you want to support. Essentially, the money or assets that go into a DAF become an irrevocable transfer to a sponsoring public charity with the specific intent of funding charitable gifts.
Here are the major benefits to you for doing your charitable giving in this way:
- You will immediately receive the maximum tax deduction that the IRS allows for the amount you invest in your donor-advised fund.
- At any time afterward, you can make your charitable gifts as grants recommended from your donor-advised fund.
- Your DAF sponsor will handle all record-keeping, disbursements and tax receipts for you.
- The balance remaining in your DAF can be invested for tax-free growth.
- There are no start-up costs for establishing a DAF, and there are no transaction fees. 100% of your recommended grants go to your qualified public charities of choice.
To learn more about establishing a donor-advised fund, you can visit one of these sponsoring public charities:
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