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monuments - Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra
MONUMENTS
David Anderson, Music Director
LGSO 2014-15: MONUMENTS
Monuments. What is it that makes something achieve this status?
What makes one structure ordinary and another one have some
kind of importance attached to it that gives it the grand description
of “monument”? Height can certainly influence this designation, as
skyscrapers are commonly referred to as “monuments.” But really
any structure with a certain level of historical importance can have
this designation – from the Statue of Liberty to a war memorial, all
the way to a roadside attraction. The term “monument” can also be
applied to other areas as well. Think of a work of literature that stirs
your soul, a famous painting that takes your breath away, or a
performance of a play that is life-changing. Authors, playwrights,
painters, sculptors, actors, composers, musicians, dancers, individual performances – all of these can achieve “monumental” status.
In our 2014-15 season, we will explore this idea of a “monument”
and all of the ways it can be applied to music. We hope that you
will be able to use this term to describe everything about our
season, from the pieces we perform, to the guest artists, orchestral
musicians, composers, audience, volunteers, sponsors, and venues.
Come join us for this monumental journey!
David Anderson
EXPERIENCING
Under Music Director David Anderson, the LGSO reaches new milestones in artistic
achievement and community outreach. The 2014-15 season brings to life three
monumental Symphonies: Tchaikovsky’s No. 4, Beethoven’s No. 3, and Sibelius’ No. 2.
LGSO hosts nationally recognized pianist Krassimira Jordan, performing Ravel’s Piano
Concerto, and Matthew Zaremba of Williams Bay, the 2014 Young Artist Competition
winner. Partnering with Calvary Community Church, LGSO presents three holiday
performances of sacred and secular music for choir and orchestra.
EDUCATING
LGSO’s School Day Concerts have brought live symphony orchestra music to nearly
10,000 Walworth County elementary school students since 2001, while masterclasses
by visiting artists enrich young players’ musical experience. The Fellows Program
brings undergraduate musicians to the LGSO, and the Young Artist Competition
selects a local high school musician to solo with the orchestra.
SPONSORING
To become an LGSO sponsor, visit LakeGenevaOrchestra.org, call 262-359-9072,
or mail in the Participation Form. Your advertisement will appear in the program book
CONNECTING
distributed at each of LGSO’s seven 2014-15 season concerts, including three
Christmas concert performances. Your business will be listed as a sponsor in the
Lake Geneva and Walworth County are great places to live, work, and visit in part
program book and on LGSO’s website. Bronze, Silver, and Gold sponsor ads will be
because people here support a lively arts community. Every dollar spent by arts
in color, located in featured positions, and include a link on LGSO’s website and
organizations multiplies in tangible and intangible ways. By becoming an advertis-
complimentary tickets to classical concerts. Additional benefits are available for
ing sponsor, your business partners with LGSO to achieve its mission of making
Platinum sponsors. The Fellows program allows selected undergraduate musicians
great music accessible to everyone in Walworth County, and inspiring young
to participate in the LGSO by providing a travel stipend for rehearsals and performanc-
people to engage in the arts. Classical music concerts draw sophisticated audienc-
es, but the program needs your support. Your business can sponsor an LGSO Fellow
es seeking quality services, shopping, and entertainment. As an LGSO sponsor
with a donation of $750. Fellows sponsors will receive a half-page color advertisement
your business enjoys an intimate introduction to an attentive reader. LGSO expects
and will be recognized separately in the concert program. Our goal is to have between
more than 2000 people to attend its seven orchestra performances in 2014-15.
7 and 9 LGSO Fellows this season.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Color Advertisements
Amount
$2,000.00 + Platinum
$1,000.00 Gold
$550.00 Silver
$350.00 Bronze
Ad Size
Full Page
Full Page
Half Page
Quarter Page
Saturday, October 18
Ravel, Piano Concerto in G Major
Krassimira Jordan, piano
Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 4
Season Tickets (not including Gala)
12
8
4
2
Saturday, December 13
Sunday, December 14
Holiday Concerts
Black and White Advertisements
$300.00
Full Page
$175.00
Half Page
$125.00
Quarter Page
Saturday, February 14
Gala “Love is in the Air”
Advertising Specifications (in inches)
Quarter Page (horizontal)
4.75 x 1.7
Quarter Page (vertical)
2.25 x 3.65
Full Page (non-bleed)
4.5 x 7.5
Full Page (bleed)
5.5 X 8.5
Half Page (horizontal)
4.75 x 3.65
Saturday, March 28
Mozart, Overture to Così fan tutte
Jennifer Higdon, Blue Cathedral
Beethoven, Symphony No. 3
PARTICIPATION FORM
Saturday, May 16
Please fill in this form and mail it to us at PO Box 92, Lake Geneva, WI 53147, or call
Bernstein, On the Waterfront:
Symphonic Suite
Sibelius, Symphony No. 2
Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 12 (mvt. 1),
Matthew Zaremba, piano
us at 262-359-9072. You can also email the same information, including artwork to
[email protected] All ads must be paid in advance. Print-ready
artwork and payment is due by Friday, September 12, 2014.
Sponsorships
Business/Organization
Contact Name
Street Address
City/State/Zip
Phone
Silver $550.00
Fellow $750.00
Gold $1,000.00
Platinum $2,000.00
Quarter Page $125.00
Half Page $175.00
Full Page $300.00
Email
Check enclosed
Website
Chamber Music Series
Sunday, November 9
Sunday, March 1
Sunday, April 26
Bronze $350.00
Electronic invoice
Special appreciation to the
generous support of our
Platinum Season Sponsor:
2014-15
www.lakegenevaorchestra.org

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