Corporate Support

For more information

Please contact the Symphony office at 781-523-9009 or Deb Rourke, Development Director at drourke@lexingtonsymphony.org.

OPPORTUNITIES

Learn about these exciting opportunities for businesses to support Lexington Symphony!


Sponsor Lexington Symphony

Partnering with Lexington Symphony is good for business. There are a number of ways to reach Lexington Symphony’s desirable audience. Under the baton of Music Director Jonathan McPhee, Lexington Symphony attracts an audience of loyal patrons and enthusiastic newcomers that continues to grow year after year. Audiences of classical music tend to be sophisticated, well-educated, affluent, and committed to the arts. Connect with a high-level, loyal audience eager to support local business. 


Sponsor a Concert

To learn more about concert sponsorship opportunities please contact the Symphony office at 781-523-9009 or at drourke@lexingtonsymphony.org.

More information coming soon! 


Sponsor a Player

Lexington Symphony musicians share a passion for music, a dedication to exacting performance standards and a commitment to making classical music accessible to everyone in our community. These playing members are the permanent core of the Orchestra. Demonstrate your support for your favorite player—and the entire orchestra—by becoming a Player Sponsor!

Sponsorships are $300 per concert or $1,800 for the full concert season. In honoring a musician, your support is recognized in the 2017-2018 Season Concert Book and through the Symphony's donor benefits.


Sponsor a Program

OKTC: Orchestrating Kids Through Classics™

Each year, every Lexington third grader and thousands of children from greater Boston hear a real live orchestra, learn the history of classical music and are often inspired to play an instrument—a lifelong impact! Kids listen, laugh, cheer and “conduct” from their seats—engaged, entertained and educated by Lexington Symphony’s Orchestrating Kids Through Classics™ (OKTC). 

Since 2009, Lexington Symphony has performed for over 18,000 students across the state, including providing scholarships to underserved communities such as Somerville, Lawrence and Dorchester. Most participants have never seen a live orchestra before. Corporate and individual support makes it possible for Lexington Symphony to perform OKTC, the original award-winning educational program created to introduce children to the instruments of the orchestra and the history of classical music.

The program includes an up-close classroom visit by a team of Lexington Symphony musicians. This is followed, a few weeks later, by a trip through time with the whole orchestra, from chanting monks to Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky… all the way to John Williams’ thrilling Star Wars theme, with a special guest from the dark side!

Lexington Symphony has presented OKTC to packed halls in Lexington, Burlington and Framingham.

OKTC has had a huge impact on enrollment in the Lexington Public Schools’ instrumental music program and is now a regular part of Lexington’s elementary school arts education.

Click here to learn more and view the brochure. 
 

COMMUNITY MUSIC FESTIVAL & MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES CONCERT

On Saturday, May 19, 2018, at Cary Hall in Lexington, join Lexington Symphony and Conductor Jonathan McPhee for an afternoon festival of family activities and performances, followed by an evening concert of music from the “big screen.” Become a Sponsor of this regional event that takes place in the heart of Lexington! Raise your visibility and support Lexington’s long standing commitment to the arts, education and cultural diversity. Be part of this Lexington tradition that showcases the diverse talents of our community and brings people together to celebrate music! 

For more information about sponsorships, click here to learn more and view the sponsors brochure.


Advertising Opportunity

Feature your business in the 2017-2018 Program Book and reach an audience of 5,000+ prospects for your business. 

Under the baton of Jonathan McPhee, Lexington Symphony audiences continue to grow. Our concert-goers are well-educated and active in the community. Reach them with an advertisement in our concert program book. As a season advertiser, your business has six high-impact opportunities to be seen by an affluent audience that values the arts and supports local businesses. Affordable advertising rates provide excellent exposure. We encourage you to include a special discount or offer for Symphony patrons.

Secure your spot by August 1, 2017 for the 2017-2018 Season Book.