Nicholas Mcgegan

Concert Access Partnership

Since 2002, the Concert Access Partnership has provided a means for Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra to reach out to those who might not otherwise be able to attend our performances. The Orchestra works with non-profit social service organizations to provide free access to subscription concerts for underserved individuals and families in all of our Performance Venues (San Francisco, Berkeley, and Atherton). We welcome audience members of all ages and backgrounds, and we will be pleased to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Through the CAP program, the Orchestra continues to support both social needs and the cultural life of the Bay Area.

Our CAP partnering organizations must meet the following criteria:

  • Serve economically disadvantaged individuals.
  • Regularly incorporate community activities into programming for clients.
  • Have an on-staff administrative contact responsible for requesting vouchers, arranging transportation to concert venues for them as necessary, and serving as a liaison with Orchestra administrators.

Philharmonia is proud to offer complimentary ticket vouchers for its 2014-2015 concert series in all subscription concert venues to partnering non-profit social service organizations. Public transportation is available to the Berkeley and San Francisco venues. If you believe you meet our CAP organization criteria, please APPLY BELOW. Requests must be submitted at least a week before the first concert.