About the NSS

The National String Symphonia produces a rich variety of music and educational programs. But, did you know that ticket revenue covers less than ten percent of the NSS’s production costs? We count on continued support from throughout our community to advance our important work. Balancing our budget is always a considerable challenge, and one that can only be achieved through the generous support of people like you.

When you support the National String Symphonia, you are not only making a sound investment in our concerts, you are also supporting our broader mission to preserve, promote, and present string orchestra music. Thank you for helping make the NSS – and our community – a success!

Individual Gifts

More than 75% of the NSS's budget is currently underwritten by individual donors. Contributions of any amount can make a big difference. Please consider donating to the NSS today.

Donations can be made through PayPal, Zelle, or by check.

Government, Foundation, and Corporate Support

Corporations, foundations, and government agencies are key partners in the NSS’s success, helping to sustain the Symphonia's goal of artistic excellence and support new ways of deepening our engagement throughout the Baltimore-Washington area and across the country. Grants and sponsorships can provide general support or can be directed to a particular program based on a funder’s interests and philanthropic goals.

Symphonia Guild

The National String Symphonia Guild is a group of volunteers who assist in the operations of the orchestra in numerous ways. Members of the Guild recieve a number of benefits, including discounted tickets and invitations to special events.

The National String Symphonia, Inc. is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

A copy of our current financial statement is available upon request by contacting the NSS at P.O. Box 1397, Frederick, MD 21702 or via email, info@nssorchestra.org. Documents and information submitted under the Maryland Charitable Solicitations Act are also available, for the cost of postage and copies, from the Maryland Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis, Maryland 21401.

Primary Sponsors

The National String Symphonia is grateful for support from:

Maryland State Arts Council Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County Frederick Arts Council