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Mimi RotterMimi Rotter

Mimi Rotter strongly believes that when you love something as deeply as she loves the LA Phil, the only right thing to do is give back to support it. More

Larry RubensteinLarry Rubenstein

Larry Rubenstein and Susan Auyang are dedicated arts philanthropists. Larry has established a gift for the LA Phil in his estate plan. But his absolute favorite way to give? Through his IRA. More

Don McDonaldDon McDonald

When Don McDonald’s wife, Sally, passed away, he knew the perfect way to honor her memory—with a gift to the LA Phil. Find out how his thoughtful contribution will support him throughout his life and help the LA Phil bring music to millions. More

Vikki SungVikki Sung

Vikki Sung has dedicated her time, talent, and treasure to the LA Phil. Now, she’s created her legacy by making the LA Phil a beneficiary of her retirement account. More

Ron Myrick

A longtime supporter explains why he made the LA Phil a beneficiary of his estate. More

Trudy LehrerGertrude "Trudy" Lehrer

When Gertrude “Trudy” Lehrer came to the United States from Austria in 1938, a deep love of music helped her find her place in a new land. Today, at 100 years young, music remains as important to Trudy as ever. Watch the Video.

Jackson HenryJackson Henry

"I want to make sure the LA Phil continues to exist while I'm alive…and is still around for my grandkids." Watch the Video

Scott and Barbara BiceScott and Barbara Bice

Scott and Barbara Bice made a legacy gift to the LA Phil to support YOLA, the LA Phil's Youth Orchestra Los Angeles. More

Hirsh familyHirsh Family

Elizabeth, Jennifer, Adam, and Steven Hirsh grew up attending the Hollywood Bowl alongside their parents, Anita and Stanley. When Anita passed away, the siblings gave in her memory to the LA Phil. More

Karl LoringKarl Loring

As a committed volunteer, Karl Loring brought both his keen business acumen and his colorful, charming wit to the LA Phil. As a philanthropist, Mr. Loring made a significant investment that will ensure the orchestra he loved in his lifetime thrives for generations to come. More

Donna DayDonna Day

"I got a lot of joy out of my exposure to classical music. I wanted to leave something to the Los Angeles Philharmonic in my will so that that type of experience could be available for everyone." More

Jan CoreyJan Corey

To leave a legacy in your own name is something for the future and something that would help the orchestra build what’s important to me. More

Sue KeavneySue Keavney

"We just feel a responsibility to pay back and to try to pave the way so future generations can hear and enjoy the moments that we have." More

Brian DrakeReese and Doris Gothie

After moving to Los Angeles in 1948, Reese and Doris Gothie became devoted fans and subscribers of the LA Phil.   More

Tony Campodonico and Cheryl GoettemoellerTony Campodonico and Cheryl Goettemoeller

"The LA Phil is very important to us. Even though we are not regular subscribers we feel that the inspiration and artistic integrity that the LA Phil brings to our community is very worthy of our support." More

Raulee MarcusRaulee Marcus

"The reason that I have given to the Los Angeles Philharmonic as part of my legacy is that I believe the LA Phil and Walt Disney Concert Hall transformed downtown Los Angeles and the music scene of our community..." More

Robert RobinsonRobert Robinson

"I have lived and worked on three continents. No matter where I was or what I was doing, symphonic music has been my constant companion. How lucky I am that now I'm retired with more leisure time..." More


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