Sponsor A Musician

Create a Connection

Your Augusta Symphony musicians are among the finest in the region. They spend countless hours preparing and rehearsing to make local symphonic music accessible, affordable, and exciting for all ages. By sponsoring a Symphony musician, you not only recognize their artistic skill but also the indispensable role they play in education and in the cultural life of our city. Musician Chair Sponsorship can be named for you, your family, or to honor someone dear to you. It is a great way to celebrate and give the lasting gift of music.

Giving Levels

Assistant Concertmaster
Chair Sponsorship – $3,000

The assistant concertmaster sits immediately behind the concertmaster and assists in leading the orchestra from within.

Principal Chair
Sponsorship – $2,500

The principal is the leader of the section. Principal string players decide on bowings for their section and other principal players assign parts and perform the solos for that particular section.

Section Musician Chair
Sponsorship – $1,500

Most musicians in the orchestra are members of a section: strings, woodwinds, brass, or percussion. These musicians must focus and work together to play as a cohesive ensemble.

Meet the Maestro

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The Meet the Maestro event from the 2022-2023 season, where musicians, sponsors, and staff celebrate the upcoming Symphony season.

Sponsor Benefits

  • Recognition and naming rights as the sponsor for the musician or chair of your choice in the season program books and on the Augusta Symphony website for the entire season.
  • A commemorative button to wear at concerts so other concertgoers recognize your commitment to the arts in our community.
  • Invitations to sponsor events and concert after parties. Sponsor by June 30 to receive your invitation to the next season’s Meet the Maestro reception during opening week.
  • Correspondence from your sponsored musician.

*Please note: over the course of the season, chair positions may be filled by more than one individual musician as a result of changes in orchestra personnel from concert to concert.

For more information, please contact Katherine Bonner, Director of Development, at 706-826-4704 or

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