INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Symphony Society’s Board of Directors announced Sunday that it has exceeded the $5 million goal for new donor commitments.
As a result of the achievement, the five-year contract with the musicians will go into effect at midnight Sunday.
“We are thrilled by this strong support from the community, especially in these finals days,” said Martha Lamkin, board chair for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Due to the overwhelming support received in the past 10 days, the ISO is still compiling results.
“The ISO will continue to call on all subscribers, patrons, affiliate group members, corporate leaders and other supporters to purchase single tickets and subscriptions, provide support for programs and educational efforts and make legacy and annual fund gifts so that the ISO can continue to be an integral part of the central Indiana community through its many music programs and other outreach activities,” a media release said.