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The Impact of Your
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra


State of the Orchestra Letter

2022 State of the Orchestra Letter

SLSO President and CEO Marie-Hélène Bernard shares highlights of 2021 and looks forward to the year ahead.

State of the Orchestra Letter


2020/2021 Annual Report

During the 2020/2021 Season, your SLSO made music accessible to the community through a variety of live concerts at Powell Hall, new digital projects, and community concerts throughout our region. Thanks to your generosity, we delivered the power of music to St. Louis and beyond during our 141st season. We are proud to share with you our 2020/2021 Annual Report. To view the 20/21 Annual Report summary, click here.

2020/2021 Annual Report


Economic and Community Impact Report

The SLSO is proud to share the results of our Economic and Community Impact Report, a study commissioned from Saint Louis University. The study revealed that the SLSO triggers $96.1 million in annual economic activity throughout metro St. Louis, ranking as one of the very top orchestras in the United States. To view the full Economic and Community Impact Report, click here.

Economic and Community Impact


Financial Information

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s most recent 990 may be accessed here: IRS 990


An additional 990 is filed for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Endowment Trust. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Endowment Trust is controlled by a seven-person committee composed of SLSO appointed members and independent parties. Its restricted assets cannot be accessed by SLSO management for general operating support or any other financial needs beyond the approved annual draw without approval of six of the seven committee members.