Annual Operating Budgets of Symphony Orchestras in North America
  1. Los Angeles Philharmonic $97M (2011)
  2. Boston Symphony Orchestra $84M (2013)
  3. Chicago Symphony Orchestra $73M (2016)
  4. San Francisco Symphony $72M (2011)
  5. New York Philharmonic $69M (2012)
  6. Cincinnati Symphony $47M (2015)
  7. Philadelphia Orchestra $46M (2011)
  8. Cleveland Orchestra $42M (2012)
  9. Atlanta Symphony $38M (2014)
  10. Dallas Symphony $32M (2013)
  11. Pittsburgh Symphony $31M (2013)
  12. National Symphony $30M (Washington Post, 9/05)
  13. Minnesota Orchestra $29M
  14. Houston Symphony $29M (2014)
  15. St Louis Symphony $29M (2016)
  16. Baltimore Symphony $28M (2016)
  17. Seattle Symphony $28M (2015)
  18. Detroit Symphony $27M (2014)
  19. Indianapolis Symphony $27M (10/2006)
  20. San Diego Symphony $20M (2011)
  21. Metropolitan Opera Orchestra $19M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  22. Pacific Symphony $18M (2013)
  23. Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra $17M (2016)
  24. Utah Symphony & Opera $17M (Salt Lake Tribune, 2002)
  25. New Jersey Symphony Orchestra $14M (NY Times, April 2006 )
  26. Toronto Symphony $14M
  27. Oregon Symphony $14M (2010)
  28. Vancouver Symphony $13M (2011)
  29. Colorado Symphony $12M (2010)
  30. Kansas City Symphony $11.1M (Kansas City Star 2008)
  31. North Carolina Symphony $11M (2012)
  32. Orchestre symphonique de Montréal $11M
  33. Florida Orchestra $10M (2015)
  34. Fort Worth Symphony $10M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  35. St Paul Chamber Orchestra $10M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  36. Nashville Symphony $9.9M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  37. Columbus Symphony $9.5M (Columbus Business First, 2009)
  38. Buffalo Philharmonic $9.1M (2010)
  39. Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra $9M (2012)
  40. Edmonton Symphony $9M (2012)
  41. Phoenix Symphony $8.5M (2012)
  42. Grand Rapids Symphony $8.5M (2009)
  43. Charlotte Symphony $8.5M (2011)
  44. Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra $8.4M (2015)
  45. Rochester Philharmonic $8.1M
  46. Honolulu Symphony $8M (Honolulu Advertiser 2008)
  47. Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra $8.0M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  48. Jacksonville Symphony $8M (2012)
  49. New York City Ballet Orchestra $7.8M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  50. New World Symphony $7.5M
  51. Alabama Symphony Orchestra $6.8M (2012)
  52. Virginia Symphony $6.5M (2007)
  53. Toledo Symphony $6M (2010)
  54. Grant Park Symphony $5.9M (2016)
  55. San Antonio Symphony $5.1M (2009)
  56. Louisville Orchestra $5.5M (2014)
  57. New Mexico Symphony Orchestra $5M (2009)
  58. New York City Opera Orchestra $4.9M (Orchestra Facts, 2003)
  59. Tucson Symphony $4.5M (Arizona Daily Star 11/2007)
  60. Richmond Symphony $4.75M (2009)
  61. Dayton Philharmonic $4M
  62. Fort Wayne Philharmonic $4M (FortWayne.com, 2005)
  63. Madison Symphony $3.9M (2007)
  64. Austin Symphony $3.7M (2013)
  65. Arkansas Symphony $3.5M (ASO Website, 2006)
  66. Pasadena Symphony $3.2M (2011)
  67. Hawaii Symphony $3.2M (2014)
  68. Kalamazoo Symphony $3.0M (2016)
  69. Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra $2.8M (PSO website, 2004)
  70. Savannah Symphony $2.4M
  71. Albany Symphony Orchestra $2.3M (2015)
  72. Delaware Symphony Orchestra $2M
  73. South Dakota Symphony $2M (2011)

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