Solano Community Symphony Association

P.O. Box 154, Fairfield, CA 94533
707-455-7211

Description

The purpose of the Solano Community Symphony is to provide the highest quality of live symphonic music for the enjoyment, education, and promotion of the arts, made up of skilled local musicians who support their community by sharing their valuable gifts, talents, and passion for music.

Mission Statement

To provide a skilled and committed symphony for the adults and children of Solano County, and to give everyone the opportunity to experience beautiful symphonic music.

Programs

Tax deductible donations to the Solano Symphony Orchestra "Help Keep the Music Alive." The symphony is fortunate to have many dedicated board members and skilled musicians who make it possible to present a repertoire of classical and popular music each year for our community's enjoyment.

To offset rising costs and and keep tickets at an affordable rate for all residents, SSO is seeking contributions to help fund facility and sheet music rentals, youth programs, musicians and guest artists. 

Accomplishments

The Solano Symphony Orchestra performs five (5) concerts during the year. Each performance is presented twice, once in Vacaville and once in Fairfield.

A special focus of the symphony is to engage youth in our community to expand their knowledge in music and showcase their talent. Through the annual Young Artists Competition, young orchestral players and instrumental and vocal soloists can win cash awards and a chance to perform with the orchestra at the "Salute to Youth concert." SSO further cultivates young artists through special guest appearances. Violin prodigy, Pierce Wang, originally performed at Opening Night concert in 2017, and returned in 2018 at age 15. The St. Vincent Ferrer Children's Choir joined the symphony on stage for the Holiday Celebration concert both years as well.

In 2018, SSO participated in the 75th Anniversary celebration of Travis Air Force Base by offering free tickets to the military to attend the Annual Pops concert in May. SSO also secured funding from a Disabled Veteran's Business Enterprise company located in Benicia to host 75 members of retired and active duty military, reserves and National Guard at the fall Opening Night concert.

Funding Goals

Our goal this season is to raise $30,000 above our operating budget to fund special projects that will support and educate aspiring young musicians,  bring new and esteemed guest artists to the stage, and expand our music programming so we can continue to delight patrons and entice new audiences. Thank you!

Communities Served

Solano County

Populations Served

Infants & Children
Youth & Adolescents
Adults
Seniors
Families

Organization Information

Category: Arts & Culture
IRS Determination Date: Apr 1, 1994
EIN: 68-0161386
Budget: $100,001 to $250,000
Board Size: 11 to 15 members
Staff Size: 1 to 3

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