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Maurice Abravanel Society

Take your place in the circle of Utah Symphony’s closest supporters.

Let us feed your passion for classical music with special events and services while connecting you with other music lovers as you support the future of great live classical music in Utah.

Benefits of joining the Utah Symphony’s Maurice Abravanel Society include:

  • Complimentary parking passes for performances at Abravanel Hall
  • Season VIP intermission reception passes for two people
  • First priority to purchase a pair of season tickets in the First Tier, Sections A and B
  • 20% discount on additional ticket purchases
  • Invitation for two people to two Utah Symphony open rehearsals
  • Invitations to donor events
  • Listing on playbill contributors’ page at corresponding level of support
  • Exclusive access to USUO Friends Helpline: 801-869-9001
  • One-time 25% coupon to Utah Symphony Guild Shop
  • Complimentary coat check
  • The opportunity to contribute to a vibrant musical scene and cultural landscape by supporting USUO’s artistic excellence and state-wide education programs

Membership to the Maurice Abravanel Society is a benefit associated with a $2,500 tax-deductible contribution. For a tax-deductible contribution of $5,000, donors receive access to both the Abravanel Society and Utah Opera’s Glade Peterson Society.

To join, please call 801-869-9001 or donate online.

About Maurice Abravanel

Maurice Abravanel served as Utah Symphony music director for over three decades. Maestro Abravanel, born in Greece and raised in Switzerland, became enamored by Utah’s majestic mountains and a group of dedicated Salt Lake City musicians. Under his baton, the Utah Symphony grew from a part-time community ensemble to a world-class symphony orchestra. He led the orchestra on many successful national and international tours, brought the symphony to prominence through recording contracts, and was the first conductor to lead an American orchestra in recording all Mahler’s symphonies. His commitment to serving the community helped raise the quality of life in Utah and influenced millions through his musical talent.