Supporting the Palisades Symphony

Your contributions can help us continue the Palisades Symphony's musical programming and other activities. This page gives background on the orchestra and tells you how you can contribute.

The Palisades Symphony, a non-profit community orchestra, has been performing in Pacific Palisades for over half a century. It performs regular concerts during the year, including two in collaboration with the affiliated Palisades-Brentwood Chorale, and also mounts an opera in concert form every summer. In June, the orchestra hosts a concert for the winners of its annual Young Artist Award Competitions, for instrumental performers of school age. All of these concerts are free of charge.

 The Symphony was founded by Joel B. Lish in 1966 and has performed continuously since then. The orchestra musicians and choir members donate their services, and the soloists, conductor, and choir director are paid an honorarium.

To contribute, you can mail a check to Palisades Symphony Orchestra, Inc., Post Office Box 214, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272; you will be mailed a receipt. For tax purposes please note that the Palisades Symphony is a non-profit tax exempt corporation with Public Benefit classification; our Federal Employer I.D. number is 23-7092760.

You can also send your contribution electronically, if you have an account at Zelle. To do this, visit your Zelle account and specify the following destination:

Volunteer efforts on behalf of the orchestra are also very welcome. Please contact the orchestra President (see below) on how you can help.

All questions about the orchestra, how to contribute, and how to volunteer, should be directed to the orchestra's President, Denisa Hanna, at her email address or by phone at (323) 899-4218.