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Heartstrings Family at a Symphony concert
 
Heartstrings guests can be found at nearly all of our Pacific Symphony concerts, from our Family Musical Mornings to Classical, Pops and SummerFest concert series. Each season over 5,000 Heartstrings guests are provided with complimentary tickets and transportation to attend Pacific Symphony concerts, as well as hundreds of complimentary ticket vouchers which are provided to a wide range of additional non-profit, social service and school organizations.
 
“I was extremely surprised that upon introducing my toddler to musical arts for the first time last year, I never expected her to receive it so well. I am always looking forward to the new innovative themes the Family Musical Morning concerts are offering and I am always so grateful that we get to have an opportunity to experience them. I look forward to more of these musical mornings. Not only did it expose my daughter to the arts, it also gave us the opportunity to bond as a family.”
— Heartstrings guest, Working Wardrobes
 
“The wonderful Symphony is art to the ears, which resonate with the heart. Music molds one's temperament, and reduces stress in one's daily life, thus life promoting. I hope we have more opportunities to go to concerts like that of the Pacific Symphony!”
— Heartstrings guest, AASCSC, 82 years young

Additionally, to help increase awareness of the great work our partners are doing in the community, throughout the season Heartstrings invites various partner organizations to host a table at our concert venue which is then paired with a spotlight story featured in the printed program.
 
“Thank you Heartstrings for the opportunity to share in this experience and work together. I believe the community is interested in what we do, and our table was in the perfect spot with plenty of exposure!”
— Academy of Music for the Blind
 
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Interested in becoming a Heartstrings Partner? Contact Mary Hawkes, director of community engagement, MHawkes@PacificSymphony.org.