Omaha Symphony Guild
The Omaha Symphony Guild is a not-for-profit organization of volunteers, dedicated to promoting the growth and development of the Omaha Symphony Orchestra for the pleasure and education of residents of the Greater Omaha Community and the states of Nebraska and Iowa. This is accomplished under the auspices of the Omaha Symphony Association through the Guild's educational programs, social outreach activities, and fundraising projects.
2019-20 Executive Committee
President, Donna Brennan
President-Elect, Kelli Jorgensen
VP Administration, Julie Liakos
VP Education, Cathy Fluckey
VP Social/Outreach, Debbie Wood
VP Fundraising, Kim Burkhalter
Treasurer, Linda Chloupek
Secretary, Jennifer Zatechka
Advisor, Kim Falk
To find out more information about the following volunteering activities, please email Donna Brennan at email@example.com.
- Mission Imagination - Is There a Doctor in the House?
- Link Up - The Orchestra Moves
- Margre Durham Concerts for Youth - MUSIC & MATH: The Game Show
- Celebrate Creativity
- Choral Collaborative
- Music Mentors
- Instrument Petting Zoo - Family concerts
Social Outreach Opportunities:
Backstage with the Musicians
Interested in joining the Omaha Symphony Guild?
Membership benefits include:
- Receive the Guild Membership Directory.
- Access to OSG Meeting Minutes
- Invitations to all Guild-sponsored activities.
- Complimentary admission to a select Symphony performance.
- Involvement in enriching the community through support of our outstanding Omaha Symphony Orchestra and its education mission.
Sign-up or renew your membership online today!
Please complete both steps 1 & 2 to complete your registration.
Step 1 of 2 (Directory Information)
Step 2 of 2 (Payment)
If you do not wish to register online, please click HERE to download and print a membership form. Please mail completed form and payment to:
Omaha Symphony Guild Membership
PO Box 24355
Omaha, NE 68124
Donate Now to the Omaha Symphony Guild
Interested in supporting the Omaha Symphony Guild?
The Omaha Symphony Guild plays an integral role in serving a variety of education and community engagement programs made possible by talented and creative Omaha Symphony liaisons. Each year, these programs reach over 30,000 participants of diverse background, opportunity, and ranging in age from kindergarten through high school within our community, and across the state and region.
Your generous support is profoundly appreciated, and will continue this legacy well into the future.
There are two easy ways to make a donation to the Omaha Symphony Guild:
2019/20 Calendar of Special Events:
Summer Kick-Off Social
August 29, 2019
Holland Center Skyview Deck
December 5, 2019
Home of Dr. Rudy and Suzanne Kotula
Table Art 2020 - The Virtual Event
July 9-10, 2020
RSVP online here
2019/20 Schedule of Meetings:
(held at Security National Bank at One Pacific Place) - 11:30 AM- 12:30 PM
September 26, 2019
October 24, 2019
January 23, 2020
February 27, 2020
March 26, 2020 - CANCELLED
April 16, 2020 - CANCELLED
Annual meeting May 21, 2020 via Zoom Virtual Conference, 11:45 AM
The Omaha Symphony Debutante Ball Committee is proud to introduce this year’s 40 Debutantes and 35 Stags. These high school seniors are selected for this recognition based on their families’ community service in Omaha and surrounding areas and their support for the Omaha Symphony.
Proceeds from the Debutante Ball support the Omaha Symphony’s education and community engagement programs.
The Volunteer Council of the League of American Orchestras awarded the Omaha Symphony Guild the Gold Book Award for its project, Table Art 2014 Featuring Designer Michael Aram,at the National Conference in Cleveland Ohio on May 27, 2015. Nancy Falk, past President of the Omaha Symphony Guild, accepted the award with Tiffany Ammerman, Volunteer Council, League of American Orchestras. Co-Chairs for this event were Nancy Hanson and Chris Flaxbeard.
Each year, the Volunteer Council presents the most outstanding volunteer projects submitted to Gold Book with Awards of Excellence or Roundtable Awards. Winning projects are selected based upon originality, volunteer involvement, adaptability, and the overall success of the projects.