Santa Rosa Symphony’s 2016 fiscal year continues upward trend

Posted on: November 17, 2016

The Santa Rosa Symphony in California is reporting a balanced budget for 2015-16, with an operating surplus of $205,521. It is the thirteenth consecutive year the orchestra has ended its fiscal year in the black. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016, financial highlights include record-level ticket sales for the orchestra’s family concert series and record-level donations, contributing to $4 million gross revenues. The endowment exceeded $11 million for the first time and total assets reached a record-high $17,110,628. The Santa Rosa Symphony, resident orchestra of the Green Music Center in Sonoma County, is currently in its 89th season. Under Music Director Bruno Ferrandis, the orchestra performs seven classical programs and also has a three-concert family series, four-concert pops series, and music education programs that serve 23,000 students in California. Alan Silow is executive director of the Santa Rosa Symphony.

Posted November 17, 2016