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William Andrews ClarkThe William Andrews Clark Society was established to recognize those generous individuals who have remembered the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association in their estate plans through their wills or other planned gifts.

William Andrews Clark Jr. founded the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association in 1919. Mr. Clark was an amateur musician, bibliophile, civic leader, and art patron committed to the belief that a great symphony orchestra was critical to the foundation and growth of a world-class cultural life for Los Angeles.

W. A. Clark's foresight and generosity over 80 years ago created an internationally acclaimed musical tradition. Now you can help ensure that tradition for generations to come.

Members of the William Andrews Clark Society receive special recognition and the opportunity to become involved in the ongoing life of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association through special donor events.

To become an Associate of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association Williams Andrews Clark Society or to request additional information, please contact Susan Erburu Reardon at (213) 972-3541 / sreardon@laphil.org or Kimberley Valentine at (213) 972-7270 / kvalentine@laphil.org or Rich Watkins at (213) 972-7540 / rwatkins@laphil.org.

View the Clark Society Roster.

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