Recently, Fort Wayne lost a great champion for music and the arts in our region. Lillian Embick created Audiences Unlimited in 1972, and since then has spent an estimated 90,000 volunteer hours bringing arts performances to various care facilities and communities across Northeast Indiana. Her tireless work ensured that millions of people over decades could experience and appreciate the arts. Last year the Fort Wayne Philharmonic had a chance to interview Lillian and relive her amazing accomplishments. Please enjoy excerpts from that interview and join us in celebrating the life of such an inspiring individual.
Thank you for your continued support, kindness, flexibility, and patience as we navigate through this unprecedented time in our community and country. Your continued generosity is building a strong foundation for future generations and will help keep the music playing in all of Northeast Indiana long after this health crisis is over. With your help, we will set the stage for an even brighter future for the Philharmonic - right now. Thank you for everything your support makes possible.
77 seasons after its inception, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic's ongoing mission remains the same—to foster and instill a lifelong love of symphonic music through performance and education. Music Director Andrew Constantine leads the Fort Wayne Philharmonic in concerts ranging from Pops to Masterworks, large productions and intimate performances.