Handel and Haydn Society reports surplus for fifth consecutive year

Posted on: October 5, 2015

Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society has announced a balanced budget for its fiscal year ended June 30, 2015. H+H ended its 2015-16 season with a surplus of $10,635 on a budget of $5.1 million, marking the fifth consecutive season the orchestra has posted a surplus. The organization reported that it generated 40 percent of its total revenue from earned revenue. During the season H+H presented 26 concerts in partnership with local institutions including the Boston Athenaeum, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, and the Museum of African American History. Handel and Haydn Society’s Bicentennial Exhibition at the Boston Public Library was seen by more than 86,000 visitors before closing on September 5. H+H celebrated its 200th season in 2014-15. Click here to read Symphony’s article about the H+H bicentennial.

Posted October 5, 2015