Make A Difference.
Become A Sponsor/Donor of the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
Make A Difference
Become A Sponsor/Donor of the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus.
The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus brings live orchestra music to our community, enriching the quality of life in the Fraser Valley and lower mainland. The support of our donors helps us to make this possible. Ticket sales account for only a small portion of our operating costs; so, we look to sponsors, donors, and fundraising events to make up the difference.
Your Gift Does Make a Huge Difference!
Your donation to the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus has a direct impact on our programming and other innovative initiatives. With your help, we can continue to produce the highest quality orchestral concerts for our Fraser Valley and lower mainland audiences, and we can continue to mentor many young emerging local musicians.
Everyone benefits, the musicians, the singers, as well as the community. Whatever your reasons, your gift makes a difference and brings music to life!
Mezzo Piano: $100-$499
Mezzo Forte: $500-$999
In Kind Goods/Services
Become A Volunteer.
We are looking for a volunteer coordinator.
Please consider volunteering in any of the following capacities OR suggest an area where you would like to help by donating your time and talent to support YOUR professional Symphony Orchestra in the Valley:
Committee Work, Phoning, Membership Services, Props, Lobby Displays, Lighting, Stage set-up and take-down, Fundraising, Backstage crew, Assistant Stage Management.
Sponsors & Donors.
Although non-profit, the CSO needs to operate as a business. We receive significant revenue from concert ticket sales and our annual gala dinner. However, projections indicate that expenditures will exceed revenue. The CSO seeks partners to join us in supporting our performances and ensuring longevity of the CSO. Benefits to partnership include signage in performance venues, logos on all posters, advertisements in every concert programme, publicity in the media, and announcements from the concert stage.
The most vital benefit partners receive is the knowledge that they have participated in the cultural life of our community and ensured that the music will continue to enhance the life style of our citizens. The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus is grateful to all of our sponsors for their outstanding support. We thank the following organizations for their support of the upcoming 2019-20 season:
Our amazing musicans.
The People Who Make Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra
The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra is one of the only professional orchestra’s in the Fraser Valley and east of the Port Mann Bridge.
The Chilliwack Symphony Chorus is a performance choir and we love to sing for people. We have openings in all voice types. Interested singers must be willing to make a year long commitment and must be able to read music.
The Starlets are retro style singers who will take you back to the Gatsby era (roaring twenties through to the thirties) with a mixture of authentic vintage and modern pop songs arranged to sound like songs of the times, to a 1940s wartime tribute (Andrews Sisters), to swing.
The CSO News.
Your Source of News about The Chiliwack Symphony Orchestra
I am a “Rocker” by heart. I grew up listening and playing classic rock music. It wasn’t until I joined the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus in 2018 where my mind was immediately blown by the intricate beauty and message of Handel’s Messiah. During my first...
I have been involved with the Chilliwack Symphony Chorus for 5 years. It’s wonderful being part of a choir of happy people who love singing and bringing the beauty of music to others. Also, I greatly appreciate the finesse, expertise and enthusiasm of our director,...
For me, the Christmas season doesn't feel complete without Handel's Messiah. Growing up, it was the background music to every Christmas car ride, the ultimate favorite parts of every Christmas concert, and the music that will forever fill my heart with emotions of the...
I fell in love with music at a very early age. I have a vivid memory of 4-year-old Nikki sitting listening to beautiful harmonies and thinking that I just might be in heaven. My grade 2 music teacher soon let me know that I could not sing and that I was tone deaf....