current-sponsorsThe HSO offers businesses a wide range of opportunities to partner with the HSO and to align business goals with support of the arts. Please call Joyce F. Hodgson in the HSO Development Office at 860.760.7329 or email jhodgson@hartfordsymphony.org for further information.

Concert & Series Sponsorships

Sponsorships are available for individual concerts and in some cases, for an entire series of concerts. Sponsorships offer businesses a variety of unique marketing and entertaining benefits. In general, partial concert sponsorships for the HSO’s concerts begin at $5,000 and for the summer Talcott Mountain Music FestivalSM begin at $2,500.

In addition, concert sponsorships can be combined with ticket donations to some of the HSO’s educational programs serving the Hartford public schools, thereby accomplishing two goals-corporate visibility and community support.

Support of Education

The HSO is very grateful for the business support we receive for our extensive educational programs, particularly Symphony in the Schools. Many businesses contributed to these valuable programs through their foundations. See the Education & Community Page for more details on our programs.

Support of Community Programs

The HSO depends on business support to help produce our ever-growing roster of community programs, such as Musicians Care.

Special Event Sponsorship

There are several opportunities each season for businesses to support the HSO’s special events, including our annual Gala and the Opening Night of the season in October.

Business sponsorships of these events are available at many levels; the benefits include tables at the annual Gala and high-visibility at all events, pre- and post-show event recognition, as well as the intangible benefit of attendance at outstanding parties.

Business Trade Partners

The Hartford Symphony’s Business Trade Program offers businesses a unique opportunity to receive sponsor benefits and valuable exposure through playbill advertising, web site listings, social media recognition, and concert tickets in exchange for a non-cash trade.