A chair of one’s own
You can create a gift of lasting support and cultural significance by endowing a musician’s chair in the Marin Symphony orchestra.
The Marin Symphony Endowment Fund provides an opportunity to honor musician and patron alike while ensuring the lasting legacy of the Marin Symphony, widely recognized as one of the Marin County’s greatest assets.
The endowment, established by the Marin Symphony Association Board of Directors, designates these levels of funding:
Youth Orchestra Conductor
$125,000 (one set performance)
Principal and Assistant Concertmaster
Assistant Principal Players
The Board has arranged that monies designated to the Chair-Naming Endowment Fund may be paid over time.
The Marin Symphony expresses its profound gratitude to the following visionary individuals who have already claimed the chairs of their own:
Concertmaster’s Chair, presently honoring Jeremy Constant, is now
The Catherine Munson Chair
Principal Viola Chair, presently honoring Jenny Douglass, is now
The Elsie Rigney Carr Chair
Principal Clarinet Chair, presently honoring Art Austin, is now
The Jack Bissinger & Robert Max Klein Chair
Assistant Principal First Violin Chair, presently honoring Karen Shinozaki Sor, is now
The Schultz Family Chair In Honor of Niels Schultz
Assistant Principal Viola Chair presently honoring Elizabeth Prior-Runnicles, is now
The Constance Vandament Chair
Section Chair, Clarinet, presently honoring Larry Posner, is now
The Tom & Alice May Chair
To reserve a chair of your own in perpetuity and create a gift of lasting significance for the Marin Symphony, contact Executive Director Jeff vom Saal at 415.479.8100.