Corporate philanthropy to enable growth
Does your company want to project an image of high quality and generosity? There is nothing like supporting the Luberon International String Quartet Festival.
Since 2019, the Festival is entering a new phase. This requires additional support for many projects, such as a new stage at the Conservatoire des Ocres, the recording of certain concerts, festive events associated with each concert, cultural outreach in association with schools and conservatories, and creations of contemporary music each year. All this requires resources that state and regional subsidies cannot always provide. Private support is becoming more and more essential.
What the Festival offers to a corporate sponsor
· Sponsorship of the Festival is eligible for a French tax credit; a receipt is issued for each donation.
· Complimentary tickets are offered to concerts chosen by sponsors and their guests.
· We can present a private concert, if desired.
· About thirty thousand copies of the Festival's brochures and flyers are printed and each will bear the logo of the sponsors.
· The Festival's 100-page program booklet can feature a full page of colour advertising.
· In addition, specific projects may be discussed with future sponsors in order to meet particular needs.
The many reasons to support the Festival
· Splendid venues on a modest scale and recognized acoustics
· Top international artists: The French classical radio station, France Musique, has recorded and broadcast ten or so concerts since 2012.
· Opportunity offered to young quartets to rub shoulders with their elders.
· A program that offers the great standards of the string quartet repertoire as well as more recent works and discoveries.
· World premieres : For each of the past three years, the Festival has commissioned a piece from a contemporary composer. Two works were premiered at Silvacane Abbey and one at Cabrières d'Avignon, both in the composer's presence.
· At all concerts, a local winery is invited to host the intermission and offer its fine products.
· Dinners and tastings, before or after the concert, allow contact among organisers, audience and musicians.
· The Festival features two fixed meeting places in Roussillon and La Roque d'Anthéron where people can exchange ideas, socialize or simply have a good time.
· Throughout the Festival, recordings of all the artists are for sale to the public during the intermissions.
· A program booklet (see attachment) presents the entire season, placing each work in its historical context.