Patron Programs

There are so many ways to connect with Your Symphony! Whether you join our members at exclusive events, volunteer as an usher or as part of the Jacksonville Symphony Guild, or play side-by-side with Symphony musicians in the Civic Orchestra, there's an opportunity for everyone to make music with the Jacksonville Symphony.

Affinity Groups

The Jacksonville Symphony Guild, BRASS (Beaches Residents Actively Supporting the Symphony) and ARIAS (Amelia Residents in Action for the Symphony) are three auxiliary groups who make an impact by connecting Symphony fans, raising funds, and providing volunteer support.

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Volunteer Ushers

At each concert, Jacksonville Symphony Volunteer Ushers make everyone feel welcome and contribute toward making performances run smoothly for our patrons.

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Community Programs

Join the Symphony community! Perform in Jacoby Symphony Hall with the Jacksonville Symphony Chorus or Civic Orchestra, attend a Community Concert, Insight, or a Symphony Ensemble and interact with the Instrument Zoo!

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Become A Member

Membership makes the music you love available for everyone, and it gives you exclusive access to special events and benefits to enjoy year-round. Membership gives you a year of access, ticketing privileges, events, discounts and more, while filling our community with the joy and pride of having an extraordinary orchestra. Members receive discounts on all Symphony single ticket and package purchases.

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Meet Lynne Radcliffe

Symphony donor, BRASS board member and OLLI instructor

“I can’t imagine my life without the Jacksonville Symphony. I do what I can to make sure our healthy and vibrant orchestra is thriving in our community.” Lynne is a professional musician, teaching an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute course on the Symphony’s Masterworks series and a longtime volunteer for the Symphony. Besides serving on the Boards of BRASS and Beaches Fine Arts Series, she has written program notes for Encore magazine and even worked for the Symphony for a time as Music Education Programs Manager.