Who We Are

The Eugene Symphony Guild is a vibrant social non-profit organization that brings people together through fundraising events and music education outreach programs that support the Eugene Symphony. We host special fundraising activities throughout the year that range from small to community-wide events. The Guild sponsors free Concert Previews that introduce the public to the talents of the Eugene Symphony conductor and guest artists who perform during the year. In addition to these Guild-sponsored special events, the Guild ushers for a number of youth concerts during the school year. These concerts have an audience, per concert, of 2,000+ children from regional schools.

The Guild provides a rich variety of opportunities to support the Eugene Symphony and to enjoy the company of other dedicated community volunteers. Active members serve on one or more committees during the year, filling board positions, organizing small events and/or staffing large public events. Sustaining members are valued for their past and current service, as well as their wisdom, guidance, and companionship.

For information about Guild membership and how to join the Guild, click here.

Supporting Eugene Symphony with contributions of $1,355,000 since 1968.

Eugene Symphony Guild is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Eugene Symphony Guild is a member of the Oregon Cultural Trust.

Armchair Travelers meets Tuesday, January 28 at 5 pm at Cornucopia (207 E 5th Ave). Spin Around the World: bring a small memo from your travels to share. Invite friends and mates as this is Eugene Symphony Guild Day at Cornucopia! They’ll give 20% from purchases to the Guild.

The Book Note Club meets Monday, January 13 at 7 pm, reading Rules of Civility by Amos Towles, hosted by Sharron Smith.

Second Friday Guild Bridge Group meets Friday, January 10 from 1-4 pm, hosted by Nancy Holloman.

The January Social Hour is Thursday, January 9, at 4:30 p.m. at Marche’s Le Bar ( (296 E 5th Ave).

Weekly Walking Hour is Tuesday mornings from 9:30-10:30 on January 7, 14, 21 and 28. New to the group? Contact Nancy Holloman to be added to the email notification of the starting point. Walks begin in different places each week and are usually on level ground.


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General Membership meetings are the third Wednesday of each month, September through May.

Membership dues are $40 per year, tax deductible. Membership applications are available here.