Friends and Society Membership

Since 1885, the Boston Pops has been "America's Orchestra," embracing tradition with a distinctive mix of classical and popular music- yet constantly reinvigorating the repertoire to keep the Pops experience meaningful and fresh for each new generation.
By supporting the Boston Pops Orchestra as a Friend of the Boston Pops, or as a Fiedler Society member, you will help Conductor Keith Lockhart and the Pops continue to delight audiences of all ages with beloved classics, all-time favorites, Hollywood hits, and the best of Broadway. New arrangements and special commissions will put a new spin on old standards.

Donors who give $100 or more become members of the Friends of the Boston Pops. Those who give $3,000 or more become members of the Fiedler Society. In appreciation, we offer you exclusive benefits and privileges for the year ahead, all designed to honor your membership support and enhance your experience of the Boston Pops.

Download the current 2021-22 Friends and Fiedler Society benefits (PDF)

Your membership supports:

  • Festive Holiday Pops in December
  • Spring concerts in Symphony Hall
  • Free concerts on the Esplanade
  • Collaborations with top guest artists and conductors
  • Regional, national, and international tours
  • Youth and Family Concerts
  • Recordings enjoyed by millions

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Contact Information

Friends of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Symphony Hall
301 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Telephone: (617) 638-9276


Fiedler Society
Kara O'Keefe, Associate Director of Individual Giving, Annual Funds
Symphony Hall

301 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Telephone:(617) 638-9259


Tax Identification Number
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc. is a US tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Tax ID Number: 04-2103550).

All gifts to the BSO are tax-deductible as allowed by law.