Donate to The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra!
The WSO has many financial obligations to fulfill each season. Your donation of any size helps purchase music, printing, web presence, artist development, talent fees, and office equipment.
A sponsor makes large donations either personally or from their company becoming the underwriter of a concert. Those donations are always given top billing at concerts, in programs, press releases and incorporated into the WSO website.
Medium level sponsorship may be linked either with the conductor or certain musicians with the corresponding names side-by-side in the program. What fun to pick your favorite artist and team-up.
For those looking to support the mission of the WSO, we always acknowledge our Patrons.
The WSO has a number of opportunities to place program announcements in either one or two concerts for businesses and we welcome messages of encouragement from individuals
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Mail us at: Post Office Box 8004
The Woodlands, TX 77387
A representative will even meet you in
The Woodlands if you prefer.
A man with a mission
Principal trumpeter for the Woodlands Symphony turned Artistic Director, Darryl Bayer has reimagined the orchestra and kept it flourishing for over a decade. Won’t you join him and local musicians in the fight to keep the arts alive in The Woodlands, TX?
“Darryl Bayer works night and day to keep the lights on for the Woodlands Symphony Orchestra” – his wife
Everything you wanted to know about the WSO!
In 1992, a small group of interested community members met with Darryl Bayer to ask him questions regarding running a symphony orchestra. Soon after the Woodlands Symphony was formed with Dagang Chen as conductor and Darryl Bayer, principal trumpet. For fifteen years this groups did amazing concerts and with the help of Lana Hazlette, educational programs before concerts in schools.
In 2008 the economic downturn forced the symphony to close it’s doors but five years later with the prodding of many musicians and the help of Dr. David Gottlieb The Woodlands Symphony returned with an all new line up of musicians and outside-the-box concerts. In 2013 performed Mahler Symphony #1 with a tribute to George Mitchell, founder of the Woodlands and to his wife Cynthia for her contributions to the arts. More to come….