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CORE ARTISTIC VALUES ARTISTRY The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra is committed to presenting performances of the highest standard in which we make every note matter. Our musicians, conductors and staff recognize their roles as stewards of musical art and fully commit their efforts in the service of music. We commit the necessary resources of time and money to provide our performers with the best possible conditions to succeed in their efforts. INNOVATION We embrace innovation and creativity in our programs in a way that enhances the musical experience for the audience, making it stronger, deeper and more meaningful. ENGAGEMENT We foster a sense of two-way interaction with the Boulder community and our patrons. People are stimulated to listen actively and challenged to bring something of their own experience and understanding to the act of listening, and come away from our concerts feeling that they’ve heard music in a deep and personal way. We cultivate a sense of community among our audience members by facilitating opportunities for social interaction, and we interface with multiple constituencies in our community, including public schools, arts organizations, the University of Colorado, and both traditional and non-traditional audiences. CONNECTION The Boulder Phil is in the connections business, and nothing is more important to us that the bond between our orchestra and our unique community. Our programming strives to connect people to orchestral music, to connect orchestral music to our shared human experience, and to connect people to one another through orchestral music. GROWTH Building on the strong artistic foundations that he has fostered over six seasons with the orchestra, Michael Butterman sees a very exciting future for the Boulder Phil. Increasing the number of Masterworks concerts, incorporating rich multimedia presentations, building the orchestra’s technical and artistic capacity, engaging top soloists that will increase our audiences…these are just a few of the ways in which your partnership with the Boulder Phil will help us to succeed in realizing our vision for artistic and financial growth in the coming years.

Please contact Executive Director Kevin Shuck at (303) 449-1343 ext. 3 to discuss how your organization can directly benefit from a corporate partnership relationship with the Boulder Philharmonic.

MICHAEL BUT TERMAN, MUSIC DIREC TOR

The Spirit of Boulder We at the Boulder Philharmonic are deeply committed to enriching and reflecting the vibrancy of the Boulder community by presenting dynamic performances that are specifically tailored to our unique hometown. Our full houses and enthusiastic audiences tell us that our efforts are striking the right chord! When you partner with the Boulder Phil as a corporate sponsor, you become an indispensable partner in our work and can take justifiable pride in our growth and success. Our corporate partners are local and industry leaders who believe in the importance of music and music education, and recognize the role that the Boulder Phil plays in the quality of life in our region. They are organizations who demonstrate a strong sense of community stewardship, and they share our passion for making Boulder County a better place to live and do business. Boulder Phil corporate partners enjoy high-profile recognition, exclusive benefits and an opportunity to enhance corporate visibility. We invite you to explore partnership opportunities and to work with us to create a partnership plan that will meet your strategic business goals.

WHY PARTNER WITH THE BOULDER PHIL? Enhance brand image and awareness. Communicate key messages to a passionate audience. Strengthen a reputation for corporate citizenship. Build business relationships and reward employees. Leverage the Boulder Phil’s close connection to the community. FOR BRANDING AND AWARENESS — Link your image with the Boulder Phil’s vision and values, and enjoy increased visibility in front of 20,000+ Boulder Phil patrons each year. FOR THE MUSIC — Align your organization with the critically-acclaimed artistry of one of the very few professional orchestras in Colorado, led by notable conductor Michael Butterman. FOR NETWORKING — Build relationships with clients and other business leaders by attending Boulder Phil social events and concerts throughout the season. FOR COMMUNITY VITALITY — Strengthen the regional climate for business and quality of living in Boulder County by nurturing one of the most prominent arts organizations in the area. FOR MAKING THE ARTS ACCESSIBLE — Support our outreach efforts to bring orchestral music to diverse audiences by underwriting free and reduced-price tickets distributed through local social services organizations. FOR YOUTH — Enrich the experience of thousands of students each year by supporting the Discovery Concert education program, featuring in-school visits and engaging live concerts. FOR TEAM-BUILDING — Gain employee loyalty and enhance corporate culture by offering tickets to memorable concerts and events.

2590 Walnut Street  Boulder, CO 80302 Phone 303.449.1343, ext. 3  Fax 303.443.9203 info@boulderphil.org  www.boulderphil.org

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP

FOR CONTINUITY — Give your vote of confidence to a proven, well-governed 501(c)3 organization that has offered over 50 years of uninterrupted service to the community.


CURRENT PROGRAMS

ABOUT THE BOULDER PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Under the vision and leadership of Music Director Michael Butterman, the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra reflects all that makes Boulder special—its creativity, spirit, beauty and quest for knowledge. Founded in 1957, the Boulder Phil is a critically acclaimed professional orchestra that presents a seven-month concert season and employs a core of 72 of the most highly trained musicians in Boulder County and beyond. Each season the orchestra presents a dynamic mix of masterpieces and promising new works, highlighting both accomplished and emerging guest artists with a special emphasis on Boulder’s own creative community. Over its 55-year history, the Boulder Phil has presented internationally-renowned artists such as Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma, Jessye Norman, James Galway, Sarah Chang and many others. The Boulder Phil also features local composers like Bill Douglas and Daniel Kellogg, local guest artists like CU pianist David Korevaar and Emmy nominated actor Bill Mooney, and collaborates with local groups such as the Boulder Chorale, the Takács Quartet, Ars Nova Singers, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and the Boulder Ballet. With a strong commitment to education

and community outreach, the Boulder Phil provides exciting in-school arts education opportunities to students in Boulder, Adams and Arapaho Counties through the Discovery Concert program.

TOP ACCOMPLISHMENTS »» Our number of season subscribers is at an 8-year high, up 49% from 2010. »» We average over 80% capacity in the 2,053-seat Macky Auditorium. »» Our annual reach is nearly 20,000 people in the Boulder/Denver area. »» We regularly sell out the hall with events such as Cirque de la Symphonie, the Phil’s highest-grossing event of all time. »» Nutcracker ticket sales have increased for six consecutive years. »» We finished our most recent season with a balanced budget and are on track to do the same this year. »» Contributed revenue has grown by 25% during the last two years. Please contact Executive Director Kevin Shuck at (303) 449-1343 ext. 3 to discuss how a strategic partnership with the Boulder Phil can enhance your brand image and awareness.

VISION The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra reflects and fosters all that makes Boulder special—its creativity, spirit, beauty and quest for knowledge. By connecting people to orchestral music, we strive to be an essential part of our community’s cultural fabric.

2590 Walnut Street  Boulder, CO 80302 Phone 303.449.1343, ext. 3  Fax 303.443.9203 info@boulderphil.org  www.boulderphil.org

If you’ve attended a Boulder Phil concert recently, you know firsthand the quality performance experience we deliver. With some of the region’s best professional musicians on the roster, and world-class guest artists taking the stage, the Boulder Phil is truly a cultural asset to the community. Each season, we present a full Masterworks classical concert series, multiple performances of our Discovery Concert program, four performances of the Nutcracker in collaboration with the Boulder Ballet, and special pops productions such as a tribute to the Beatles and the aerial magic of Cirque de la Symphonie. MASTERWORKS CONCERTS feature time-tested masterpieces as well as engaging new works, with a focus on reflecting Colorado’s own creative community through our selection of guest artists, invited composers and collaborating organizations. The Boulder Phil performs primarily at the historic Macky Auditorium on the CU-Boulder campus. We also repeat selected concerts in communities outside of Boulder County, including the Arvada Center for the Arts, the Lakewood Cultural Center, the Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver, and the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. DISCOVERY CONCERTS bring the magic of the live orchestra to 4th and 5th grade students. Teachers prepare students with a specially designed Curriculum Guide, and conductor Michael Butterman conducts in-school clinics to introduce students to the sights and sounds they will experience at the final performance. With generous funding received from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, we have successfully expanded this program to serve thousands of students across three counties. SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS include consistent sellout performances of the much-loved annual co-production of the Nutcracker with the Boulder Ballet and the Boulder Children’s Chorale. Our concert season also typically includes pops concerts that celebrate the musical greats of other genres, including Louis Armstrong, John Denver and the Beatles.

MICHAEL BUTTERMAN, MUSIC DIRECTOR-CONDUCTOR Making his mark as a model for today’s conductors, Michael Butterman is recognized for his commitment to creative artistry, innovative programming, and audience and community engagement. He is in his seventh season as Music Director for both the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra and the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, and is in his 13th season as Principal Conductor for Education and Outreach for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the first position of its kind in the United States. Beginning with the 2009-2010 season, he assumed the additional post of Resident Conductor for the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. This past season was highlighted by his debut with the renowned Cleveland Orchestra. The Shreveport Times praised Michael Butterman’s “successful risk-taking,” noting a “season full of buzzing lobbies, standing ovations and full houses,” while the Daily Camera proclaimed, “Michael Butterman was clearly No. 1 on the classical-music scene in Boulder.”


CURRENT PROGRAMS

ABOUT THE BOULDER PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Under the vision and leadership of Music Director Michael Butterman, the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra reflects all that makes Boulder special—its creativity, spirit, beauty and quest for knowledge. Founded in 1957, the Boulder Phil is a critically acclaimed professional orchestra that presents a seven-month concert season and employs a core of 72 of the most highly trained musicians in Boulder County and beyond. Each season the orchestra presents a dynamic mix of masterpieces and promising new works, highlighting both accomplished and emerging guest artists with a special emphasis on Boulder’s own creative community. Over its 55-year history, the Boulder Phil has presented internationally-renowned artists such as Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma, Jessye Norman, James Galway, Sarah Chang and many others. The Boulder Phil also features local composers like Bill Douglas and Daniel Kellogg, local guest artists like CU pianist David Korevaar and Emmy nominated actor Bill Mooney, and collaborates with local groups such as the Boulder Chorale, the Takács Quartet, Ars Nova Singers, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and the Boulder Ballet. With a strong commitment to education

and community outreach, the Boulder Phil provides exciting in-school arts education opportunities to students in Boulder, Adams and Arapaho Counties through the Discovery Concert program.

TOP ACCOMPLISHMENTS »» Our number of season subscribers is at an 8-year high, up 49% from 2010. »» We average over 80% capacity in the 2,053-seat Macky Auditorium. »» Our annual reach is nearly 20,000 people in the Boulder/Denver area. »» We regularly sell out the hall with events such as Cirque de la Symphonie, the Phil’s highest-grossing event of all time. »» Nutcracker ticket sales have increased for six consecutive years. »» We finished our most recent season with a balanced budget and are on track to do the same this year. »» Contributed revenue has grown by 25% during the last two years. Please contact Executive Director Kevin Shuck at (303) 449-1343 ext. 3 to discuss how a strategic partnership with the Boulder Phil can enhance your brand image and awareness.

VISION The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra reflects and fosters all that makes Boulder special—its creativity, spirit, beauty and quest for knowledge. By connecting people to orchestral music, we strive to be an essential part of our community’s cultural fabric.

2590 Walnut Street  Boulder, CO 80302 Phone 303.449.1343, ext. 3  Fax 303.443.9203 info@boulderphil.org  www.boulderphil.org

If you’ve attended a Boulder Phil concert recently, you know firsthand the quality performance experience we deliver. With some of the region’s best professional musicians on the roster, and world-class guest artists taking the stage, the Boulder Phil is truly a cultural asset to the community. Each season, we present a full Masterworks classical concert series, multiple performances of our Discovery Concert program, four performances of the Nutcracker in collaboration with the Boulder Ballet, and special pops productions such as a tribute to the Beatles and the aerial magic of Cirque de la Symphonie. MASTERWORKS CONCERTS feature time-tested masterpieces as well as engaging new works, with a focus on reflecting Colorado’s own creative community through our selection of guest artists, invited composers and collaborating organizations. The Boulder Phil performs primarily at the historic Macky Auditorium on the CU-Boulder campus. We also repeat selected concerts in communities outside of Boulder County, including the Arvada Center for the Arts, the Lakewood Cultural Center, the Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver, and the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. DISCOVERY CONCERTS bring the magic of the live orchestra to 4th and 5th grade students. Teachers prepare students with a specially designed Curriculum Guide, and conductor Michael Butterman conducts in-school clinics to introduce students to the sights and sounds they will experience at the final performance. With generous funding received from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, we have successfully expanded this program to serve thousands of students across three counties. SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS include consistent sellout performances of the much-loved annual co-production of the Nutcracker with the Boulder Ballet and the Boulder Children’s Chorale. Our concert season also typically includes pops concerts that celebrate the musical greats of other genres, including Louis Armstrong, John Denver and the Beatles.

MICHAEL BUTTERMAN, MUSIC DIRECTOR-CONDUCTOR Making his mark as a model for today’s conductors, Michael Butterman is recognized for his commitment to creative artistry, innovative programming, and audience and community engagement. He is in his seventh season as Music Director for both the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra and the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, and is in his 13th season as Principal Conductor for Education and Outreach for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the first position of its kind in the United States. Beginning with the 2009-2010 season, he assumed the additional post of Resident Conductor for the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. This past season was highlighted by his debut with the renowned Cleveland Orchestra. The Shreveport Times praised Michael Butterman’s “successful risk-taking,” noting a “season full of buzzing lobbies, standing ovations and full houses,” while the Daily Camera proclaimed, “Michael Butterman was clearly No. 1 on the classical-music scene in Boulder.”


CORE ARTISTIC VALUES ARTISTRY The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra is committed to presenting performances of the highest standard in which we make every note matter. Our musicians, conductors and staff recognize their roles as stewards of musical art and fully commit their efforts in the service of music. We commit the necessary resources of time and money to provide our performers with the best possible conditions to succeed in their efforts. INNOVATION We embrace innovation and creativity in our programs in a way that enhances the musical experience for the audience, making it stronger, deeper and more meaningful. ENGAGEMENT We foster a sense of two-way interaction with the Boulder community and our patrons. People are stimulated to listen actively and challenged to bring something of their own experience and understanding to the act of listening, and come away from our concerts feeling that they’ve heard music in a deep and personal way. We cultivate a sense of community among our audience members by facilitating opportunities for social interaction, and we interface with multiple constituencies in our community, including public schools, arts organizations, the University of Colorado, and both traditional and non-traditional audiences. CONNECTION The Boulder Phil is in the connections business, and nothing is more important to us that the bond between our orchestra and our unique community. Our programming strives to connect people to orchestral music, to connect orchestral music to our shared human experience, and to connect people to one another through orchestral music. GROWTH Building on the strong artistic foundations that he has fostered over six seasons with the orchestra, Michael Butterman sees a very exciting future for the Boulder Phil. Increasing the number of Masterworks concerts, incorporating rich multimedia presentations, building the orchestra’s technical and artistic capacity, engaging top soloists that will increase our audiences…these are just a few of the ways in which your partnership with the Boulder Phil will help us to succeed in realizing our vision for artistic and financial growth in the coming years.

Please contact Executive Director Kevin Shuck at (303) 449-1343 ext. 3 to discuss how your organization can directly benefit from a corporate partnership relationship with the Boulder Philharmonic.

MICHAEL BUT TERMAN, MUSIC DIREC TOR

The Spirit of Boulder We at the Boulder Philharmonic are deeply committed to enriching and reflecting the vibrancy of the Boulder community by presenting dynamic performances that are specifically tailored to our unique hometown. Our full houses and enthusiastic audiences tell us that our efforts are striking the right chord! When you partner with the Boulder Phil as a corporate sponsor, you become an indispensable partner in our work and can take justifiable pride in our growth and success. Our corporate partners are local and industry leaders who believe in the importance of music and music education, and recognize the role that the Boulder Phil plays in the quality of life in our region. They are organizations who demonstrate a strong sense of community stewardship, and they share our passion for making Boulder County a better place to live and do business. Boulder Phil corporate partners enjoy high-profile recognition, exclusive benefits and an opportunity to enhance corporate visibility. We invite you to explore partnership opportunities and to work with us to create a partnership plan that will meet your strategic business goals.

WHY PARTNER WITH THE BOULDER PHIL? Enhance brand image and awareness. Communicate key messages to a passionate audience. Strengthen a reputation for corporate citizenship. Build business relationships and reward employees. Leverage the Boulder Phil’s close connection to the community. FOR BRANDING AND AWARENESS — Link your image with the Boulder Phil’s vision and values, and enjoy increased visibility in front of 20,000+ Boulder Phil patrons each year. FOR THE MUSIC — Align your organization with the critically-acclaimed artistry of one of the very few professional orchestras in Colorado, led by notable conductor Michael Butterman. FOR NETWORKING — Build relationships with clients and other business leaders by attending Boulder Phil social events and concerts throughout the season. FOR COMMUNITY VITALITY — Strengthen the regional climate for business and quality of living in Boulder County by nurturing one of the most prominent arts organizations in the area. FOR MAKING THE ARTS ACCESSIBLE — Support our outreach efforts to bring orchestral music to diverse audiences by underwriting free and reduced-price tickets distributed through local social services organizations. FOR YOUTH — Enrich the experience of thousands of students each year by supporting the Discovery Concert education program, featuring in-school visits and engaging live concerts. FOR TEAM-BUILDING — Gain employee loyalty and enhance corporate culture by offering tickets to memorable concerts and events.

2590 Walnut Street  Boulder, CO 80302 Phone 303.449.1343, ext. 3  Fax 303.443.9203 info@boulderphil.org  www.boulderphil.org

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP

FOR CONTINUITY — Give your vote of confidence to a proven, well-governed 501(c)3 organization that has offered over 50 years of uninterrupted service to the community.


CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP BENEFITS Boulder Phil corporate partners enjoy high-profile recognition, exclusive benefits and an opportunity to enhance corporate visibility. We invite you to explore partnership opportunities and to work with us to create a partnership plan that will meet your strategic business goals.

WHY PARTNER WITH THE BOULDER PHIL? Enhance brand image and awareness. Communicate key messages to a passionate audience. Strengthen a reputation for corporate citizenship. Build business relationships and reward employees. Leverage the Boulder Phil’s close connection to the community. SEASON SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS

$10,000

$5,000

$2,500

$1,000

Logo on concert page for sponsored program

x

x

x

Verbal acknowledgment from stage

x

x

x

Logo on e-newsletter for sponsored concert

x

x

x

Mention on press release for event/concert

x

x

x

Logo or name in program throughout season

x

x

x

x

Logo or name on sponsored concert webpage

x

x

x

x

Logo or name on sponsor webpage with link

x

x

x

x

Recognition in annual report

x

x

x

x

RECOGNITION

SPECIAL OPTIONS Artist presence at your private event

x

Possible networking event before/after concert

x

Banner or signage at event

x

Program insert - subject to availability

x

x

Logo or name on concert print ads

x

x

Logo or name on concert postcards

x

x

x

1/2 page

1/4 page

1/8 page

x

x

Complimentary tickets

10

8

6

4

Complimentary parking passes

4

3

2

1

50%

30%

20%

20%

Ad in each Boulder Philharmonic program Literature placement at concert TICKETS

% Discount on tickets for employees


BOULDER PHIL FANFARE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES SEASON OPENING GALA BENEFIT — FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013, 6-9 PM Join us for Boulder Phil Fanfare 2013, the not-to-bemissed annual gala fundraiser in support of the artistic and education programs of the Boulder Philharmonic. The 2013 Fanfare event takes place downtown at the elegant Rembrandt Yard, a perfect setting for an evening of fabulous food and wines, world-class music, and an opportunity to mingle with fellow Boulder music lovers! As you arrive, enjoy the classical sounds of a Boulder Phil string quartet while sipping fine wines and sampling a variety of exquisite small plates offered by Boulder’s finest restaurants. Then finish the evening with live music, dancing and a decadent array of desserts.

“PHILHARMONIC” LEVEL SPONSOR       

“CONCERTO” LEVEL SPONSOR     

$1,000

Includes event tickets for 8 guests, with seating at a reserved private table (save $50/couple)

INDIVIDUAL EVENT TICKET RESPONSE REQUESTED BY:  

$500

Company name included in all event materials and concert programs Verbal acknowledgement during event

RESERVED EVENT TABLE FOR 8 

$1,000

Company name included in all event materials and concert programs Fanfare individual event tickets for 4 guests Verbal acknowledgement during event

“PRELUDE” LEVEL SPONSOR  

$2,500

Company name & logo included in all event materials and concert programs Fanfare individual event tickets for 6 guests, plus October 5 concert tickets for 6 guests Complimentary concert parking at Macky Auditorium for October 5 performance Invitation to private thank-you reception with Michael Butterman on October 5 Verbal acknowledgement during event and during concert

“OVERTURE” LEVEL SPONSOR   

$5,000

Company name & logo included in all Fanfare event materials, invitations and advertising Company name & logo included in all concert programs throughout the year (Attendance: 20,000) Quarter-page ad in concert program Reserved table for 8 guests at Fanfare, plus concert tickets for 8 guests to the October 5 concert Complimentary concert parking at Macky Auditorium for the October 5 concert Invitation to private thank-you reception with Michael Butterman on October 5 Verbal acknowledgement during event and during concert

June 1, 2013, to be included in the formal invitation and event programs Call 303-449-1343 ext. 2 or email csliker@boulderphil.org for more information

$150


MICHAEL BUT TERMAN, MUSIC DIREC TOR

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

NUTCRACKER SPONSORSHIP LEVELS $75,000: Presenter of the Boulder Philharmonic & Boulder Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker Benefits of Presenter Level Sponsorship include: • Listed on all printed materials and in advertising as “Presenting the Boulder Philharmonic & Boulder Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker” • Up to 20 tickets to any of the performances of The Nutcracker • Company logo on all posters and postcards printed for the production • A two-page ad spread in program • Listing as sponsor for each organization for remainder of performance season • Logo placement on all websites sponsor pages for both Boulder Philharmonic & Boulder Ballet Only one sponsorship available at this level. $50,000: Benefits of $50,000 Sponsorship Level include: • Listed in programs and on posters and postcards as major sponsor of The Nutcracker • Up to 16 tickets to any of the performances of The Nutcracker • Company logo on all posters and postcards printed for the production • Full page ad in program • Listing as sponsor for each organization for remainder of performance season • Logo placement on all websites sponsor pages for both Boulder Philharmonic & Boulder Ballet Maximum of four sponsorships available at this level.

$25,000: Benefits of $25,000 Sponsorship Level include: • Listed in programs and on posters and postcards as sponsor of The Nutcracker • Up to 12 tickets to any of the performances of The Nutcracker • Company logo on all posters printed for the production • Half page ad in the program • Listing as sponsor for each organization for remainder of performance season • Logo placement on all websites sponsor pages for both Boulder Philharmonic & Boulder Ballet Maximum of eight sponsorships available at this level. $10,000: Benefits of $10,000 Sponsorship Level include: • Listed in programs and on posters as sponsor of The Nutcracker. • Up to 8 tickets to any of the performances of The Nutcracker. • Company logo on all posters printed for the production. • Quarter page ad in the program. • Listing as sponsor for each organization for remainder of performance season. • Logo placement on all websites sponsor pages for both Boulder Philharmonic & Boulder Ballet. Maximum of 10 sponsorships available at this level.

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BOULDER PHILHARMONIC SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS (Below $10,000 sponsorship) $7,500 • Logo on concert page for sponsored program • Verbal acknowledgment from stage • Logo on e-newsletter for sponsored concert • Mention on press release for event /concert • Logo or name in program throughout season • Logo or name on sponsored concert webpage • Logo or name on sponsor webpage with link • Logo or name on concert postcards • Logo or name on concert print ads • 1/2 page ad in each Boulder Philharmonic program • 8 complimentary tickets • 3 complimentary parking passes • 30% discount on tickets for employees • Literature placement at concert • Program insert—subject to availability $5,000 • Logo on concert page for sponsored program • Verbal acknowledgment from stage • Logo on e-newsletter for sponsored concert • Mention on press release for event /concert • Logo or name in program throughout season • Logo or name on sponsored concert webpage • Logo or name on sponsor webpage with link • Logo or name on concert postcards • Logo or name on concert print ads • 1/4 page ad in each Boulder Philharmonic program • 8 complimentary tickets • 3 complimentary parking passes • 30% discount on tickets for employees

$2,500 • Logo on concert page for sponsored program • Verbal acknowledgment from stage • Logo on e-newsletter for sponsored concert • Mention on press release for event /concert • Logo or name in program throughout season • Logo or name on sponsored concert webpage • Logo or name on sponsor webpage with link • Logo or name on concert postcards • 1/8 page ad in each Boulder Philharmonic program • 6 complimentary tickets • 2 complimentary parking passes • 20% discount on tickets for employees $1,000 • Logo or name in program throughout season • Logo or name on sponsored concert webpage • Logo or name on sponsor webpage with link • Complimentary tickets • Complimentary parking passes • 20% discount on tickets for employees

Please contact Executive Director Kevin Shuck at (303) 449-1343 ext. 3 to discuss how your organization can directly benefit from a corporate partnership relationship with the Boulder Philharmonic. 2590 Walnut StreetBoulder, CO 80302 Phone 303.449.1343, ext. 3Fax 303.443.9203 info@boulderphil.orgwww.boulderphil.org


2012-2013 BOARD MEMBERS Kyle Heckman, President Mary Street, Vice President Patricia Butler, Secretary Erma Mantey, Treasurer Christopher Brauchli David Fulker Deborah Holland Teresa Myrwang Holum Ruth Kahn Yoriko Morita Rodolfo Perez Eleanor Poehlmann Tenly Williams

2012-2013 ADVISORY COUNCIL Gail Aweida Barbara Brenton Roberta Brenza Pamela Dennis Kent Hansen Ted Manning Susan Olenwine Joan Ringoen Dick Van Pelt Betty Van Zandt Brenda Zellner

2012 Boulder Philharmonic Corporate Partnership Package  

2012 Boulder Philharmonic Corporate Partnership Package

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