Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Planned Giving

Invest in the Future of Music

Legacy gifts are integral to the future of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Including us in your overall estate or financial plans not only helps to serve and expand our audience through innovative programming and increased educational opportunities, but it can also provide you with tax benefits in return.

Share in our passion for music. Start here by learning the different gift options available to you.

Burton Trimble's Life In Music
Burton Trimble's Life In Music

As a young boy in 1931, Burton Trimble, Jr. came to Atlanta, where his father would become dean of Emory University's Candler School of Theology.

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Make the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Part of Your Legacy
Make the ASO Part of Your Legacy

Your will is one of the most important documents you can own. It dictates how your assets and possessions will be divided after your lifetime.

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How to Tell the Story of Your Legacy
How to Tell the Story of Your Legacy

When people talk about estate planning and leaving a legacy, but those two things alone don't tell your story.

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Henry Sopkin Circle
Already include the ASO in your Planned Gift?

The Henry Sopkin Circle celebrates cherished individuals and families who have made a planned gift to the ASO.

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Contact Us
For any questions or to speak to us, please contact James Paulk, Annual Giving Officer, at 404.733.4485 or via email at James.Paulk@atlantasymphony.org.
 

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