Baton Society
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Baton Society membership brings with it unique benefits and privileges that Symphony Silicon Valley offers to recognize our most significant ongoing individual donors.  We are especially grateful to these supporters for their dedication to classical music and music education.

To become a Baton Society Member:
Or for more information, contact Jennifer Watkins

Society Benefits Include:

Baton Society $2,000 -- $4,999
All of the regular Donor Benefits, plus:

  • Recognition in a dedicated section of the Symphony's theater program books
  • Exclusive access to the California Theatre's private and comfortable Baton Society Lounge for hosted wine and hors d'oeuvres--without long lines--before each concert and during intermission
  • Recognition on illuminated signage in the Baton Society Lounge
  • Invitation for two to an annual special event for Baton Society members
  • Chair Sponsorship:
    • Invitation to sponsor a Symphony section musician's position (a "chair") as available: See Chair Sponsorship
    • Recognition on the theater program's Musicians' Roster as a Chair Sponsor

Crystal Baton Society  $5,000 -- $9,999
All the above, plus:

  • Recognition in a dedicated section of the Symphony's theater program books
  • Invitation for four to an annual special event for Baton Society members
  • Chair Sponsorship:
    • Same as above, except that Crystal Baton Society members are invited to sponsor a Symphony Principal or Assistant Principal chair (lead musician's position) as available: See Chair Sponsorship

Crystal Baton Society Plus      $10,000 and above    
All the above, plus:

  • Invitation to a Saturday evening post-concert dinner with the concert's guest artists
  • Customized benefits to meet your individual interests


Additional donor levels and benefits

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P.O. Box 790, San Jose, CA 95106-0790
325 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Phone or Fax: (408) 286-2600

Supported, in part, by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San José