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This season, The Boston Camerata gratefully acknowledges help from the

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

through

USArtists International

in partnership with the

National Endowment for the Arts

and the

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

.

Become a foundation partner with the Camerata.

A Great Way To Give

The Boston Camerata is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt, nonprofit organization
located in Boston, Massachusetts. Our rich program of concerts, recitals, tours,
community collaborations and community partnerships is funded by many
generous individuals and funders including: the Massachusetts Cultural
Council, the Florence Gould Foundation, the Nakamachi Foundation, the Consulate General of Spain, the French Consulate, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the U.S. Artists International, among others.

There are many ways to partner with The Boston Camerata.

If your foundation is interested in hearing more about our mission and our
upcoming artistic endeavors, please

contact us

.

THE BOSTON CAMERATA AND YOUR COMPANY: a sponsorship opportunity to extend your reach into the Boston marketplace.

Place yourself with the best of Boston!

The Boston Camerata is a highly acclaimed, highly visible early-music ensemble. In the up coming
2014–2015
season Camerata will perform
seven
concerts in Boston and from
ten to twenty
concerts around the world.

Claudia La Rocca of the New York Times recently exclaimed, “Boston Camerata, where have you been all my life?”
In fact, there is nothing else like it in Boston, or anywhere else. The Boston Camerata repeatedly plays to sell-out crowds in venues as diverse as Paris, France, and Wellington, New Zealand.

Through its creative programming, audience outreach, recording and radio projects, the Camerata has developed a dedicated and diverse following.

Reach a Wide Audience

Supporting the Boston Camerata is a unique opportunity to reach high-profile consumers and recruit active young professionals.

  • Boston concerts draw an average of 450 people

  • Estimated circulation for the
    2014-2015
    Greater Boston season is 4,000

  • 66.6% of Boston Camerata audience members are between 20-55 years old

  • 74.5% have a college degree

  • 49% earn more than $50,000 annually

  • 21.5% earn more than $100,000 annually

Sponsorship

The Boston Camerata is now accepting sponsors for its
2014-2015
Greater Boston Concert season There are several levels of sponsorship.
Please get in touch with us!

Support Boston Camerata’s 60th Anniversary Season

$60,000

Benefits: Tailored public relations and marketing program to maximize your companies’ exposure; prominent mention in all press releases, marketing materials, mailings, and programs. Complimentary tickets to concerts. Linked logo on our frequently visited website.

Underwrite the Play of Daniel: A Masterpiece Revisited

$ 5,000 – $ 10,000

Benefits: Prominent mention in all press releases, marketing materials, mailings, and in the program relating to this concert. Complimentary tickets to concerts. Linked logo on our frequently visited website.

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