2011 Compensation Reports of American Orchestras

Here is an overview of the 2011 Compensation Reports of the CEO, Music Director and Concertmasters of American Orchestras. Please keep in mind that this is not from the IRS and is only the basic pay.

CEO

No. Ensemble    Amount (US$)
1. Los Angeles Philharmonic 1,393,112
2. New York Philharmonic 1,017,074
3. Boston Symphony Orchestra 606,725
4. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 562,829
5. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 553,794
6. Chicago Symphony Orchestra 513,659
7. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 480,989
8. Cleveland Orchestra 472,220
9. Philadelphia Orchestra 447,953
10. St. Paul Chamber Orchestra 444,854

Music Director

No. Ensemble    Amount (US$)
1. New York Philharmonic 3,291,791
2. Boston Symphony Orchestra 1,767,748
3. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 1,588,816
4. Los Angeles Philharmonic 1,195,145
5. Philadelphia Orchestra 1,161,000
6. Cleveland Orchestra 1,124,033
7. Minnesota Orchestra 1,039,479
8. Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra 837,628
9. Seattle Symphony Orchestra 785,113
10. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 711,626

Concertmasters

No. Ensemble    Amount (US$)
1. New York Philharmonic 530,153
2. Cleveland Orchestra 489,376
3. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 464,704
4. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 447,798
5. Chicago Symphony Orchestra 441,487
6. Los Angeles Philharmonic 435,298
7. Boston Symphony Orchestra 434,456
8. Philadelphia Orchestra 402,561
9. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 374,982
10. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 307,822
12. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 250,554

All information comes from http://www.adaptistration.com/

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