1. Giving

Member Benefits

Join us and deepen your connection to SFCM.

Support SFCM and become a member of our family of contributors. You’ll receive benefits specially designed to deepen your connection to SFCM. These include exclusive talks, behind-the-scenes experiences, and opportunities to interact with artists and students.

New this year: Join our distinguished faculty for a series of lectures and workshops modeled after what our students experience all year long. We’re calling it our Open Classroom Series (OCS).

Join the Friends of the Conservatory, our broadest group of supporters, with a gift of $60 or more. Enjoy the highest level of benefits as a member of the Conservatory Society with a gift of $1,000 or more.


Friends of the Conservatory


All of the above, plus:

All of the above, plus:

  • Invitation to a third lecture and performance by faculty member Rebecca Plack (OCS)

All of the above, plus:

  • Invitation to an opera student workshop led by Director of Opera Jose Maria Condemi (OCS)
  • Invitation to Pre-College Holiday Concert and Reception

Conservatory Society

All of the benefits of Friends of the Conservatory, plus:

  • Invitation to Fanfare Luncheon
  • Invitation to Kick-off Weekend Orchestra Concert and Reception
  • Recognition in SFCM publications

All of the above, plus:

All of the above, plus:

All of the above, plus:

  • Complimentary performance by up to four SFCM students at a location and time of your choosing
  • Sponsorship recognition at an opera or orchestra concert

Donors of $25,000 and more receive all of the above plus personalized benefits tailored to their interests. For more information, contact Christian Mills, Associate Director of Major Gifts, at 415-503-6291 or cmills@sfcm.edu.

Please note that the San Francisco Conservatory of Music extends member benefits by academic year. If you join part-way through this year, you will enjoy benefits for the remainder of 2016–17 and all of 2017–18.

Questions? Contact Randi Paul, Associate Director of Individual Giving, at 415-503-6210 or rpaul@sfcm.edu.