Support Your Local Symphony

1908: The Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra

A very old black and white photo features a previous full Symphony on stage.

For over 11 decades, the Greater Grand

Forks Symphony Orchestra has been a

highly valued contributor to the performing

arts in the Grand Forks area, attracting

large and loyal audiences from across the

Red River Valley.

A very old black and white photo features a previous Symphony on stage.

As we enter our 115th concert season, we continue to develop the quality and diversity of the orchestra's performances, as well as its music-education activities. These include the Young Audience Concert and other outreach chamber music concerts in schools.

The full orchestra appears on stage. The musicians are dressed in concert black, Maestro Drago wears his white coat with black pants, his arms raised in a conducting pattern.

Subscription and ticket income alone does not fully cover the many costs associated with running a symphony orchestra.

Maestro Drago wears his white coat with black pants, his arms raised in a conducting pattern. The string section of the Symphony follow his gestures.

With only a portion of its income coming from government sources and grants, the orchestra relies heavily on the generosity of donors and sponsors.

Maestro Drago wears his white coat with black pants, his arms raised in a conducting pattern. Two violinists appear in the background.

We urge you to consider supporting the Greater Grand Forks Symphony, either through a donation or an ongoing pledge.

A cellist plays her instrument.

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra. If you have any questions about donating, please contact ggfso@ggfso.org.

Checks (payable to the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra) may be sent to:

GGFSO

3350 Campus Road, Stop 7084

Grand Forks, ND 58202-7084