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Symphony Silicon Valley's corporate and institutional sponsors are a distinguished group of community leaders whose generosity helps sustain a lively cultural center at the heart of the Valley, contributing to the economic health of the entire region.

The Symphony offers exposure to our active, upscale audience and association with one of the premiere cultural organization in the South Bay. We welcome the opportunity to tailor sponsor benefits to your specific interests. Benefits can focus on advertising and public relations, in-theatre recognition, product displays, entertainment options including tickets and private receptions, and special opportunities for associated groups (such as employees or adopted schools).

Sponsorships at various levels are available for individual concerts and full concert series, the Symphony's education and outreach programs, guest conductors and artists, and special events.

Benefits include:

$1,000.00 - $1,999.00

  • Listing as a donor in Symphony program books for 12 months, distributed to an upscale audience of over 16,000
  • Invitation for two to a donors-only dress rehearsal
  • Invitation to the Season Opening post-concert celebration

$2,000.00 - $4,999.00
All of the above, plus:

  • Recognition as a Symphony Silicon Valley corporate underwriter on the "Corporate Sponsors" section of the Symphony's internet website
  • Standing invitation for Sponsor's representatives and guests to enjoy hosted wine and hors-d'oeuvres in the California' Theatre's private Baton Society lounge, before each concert and during intermissions ideal for corporate guests
  • Recognition on elegant signage in the Baton Society lounge for 12 months.

$5,000.00 - $9,999.00
All of the above, plus:

  • Invitations to added special events and concerts open only to major donors
  • A special corporate discount on Symphony tickets for your employees, applicable for Thursday performances during the 2006-2007 Season (on request)
  • Priority seating consideration for your representative in the new, intimate California Theatre, where preferred seating access is at a premium (on request)
  • Logo recognition on an advertisement in the business press taken by the Symphony to honor its lead investors

$10,000.00 - $14,999.00 Corporate Council
All of the above, plus:

  • Membership in the Symphony's Corporate Council. Members are recognized in a dedicated section of the theater program books and receive special entertainment and recognition privileges arranged with individual sponsors
  • Logo recognition on the corporate donor section of the four-color Symphony season brochures, mailed to a highly qualified list of 75,000 households
  • Assisted access to Symphony musicians for corporate or private events (on request)

$15,000.00 - $24,999.00
All of the above, plus:

  • Shared Title Co-sponsorship of a two-concert series, or exclusive sponsorship of a Sunday matinee concert, if desired
  • Recognition as concert Co-Sponsor in selected marketing, advertising, and promotions for the series, including the title page of the program book
  • 12 prime complimentary theater seats at the sponsored concert for use in entertaining company guests or employees

$25,000.00 and up
All of the above, plus:

  • Exclusive Title Sponsorship of a full concert series, if desired
  • Recognition as Title Sponsor on the theatre program book cover and in all marketing, advertising, and promotion for the series
  • Invitation to place a full-page four-color inside-cover advertisement in the Symphony theater program, distributed to our select theater audience
  • 18 prime complimentary theater seats for use in entertaining company guests or employees
  • A pre-performance reception, with hosted wine and hors d'oeuvres, for your corporate guests in the private and elegant Baton Society Lounge

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325 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Phone or Fax: (408) 286-2600

Supported, in part, by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San José