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Corporate Sponsorship & Advertising | Concerts are Just the Beginning

Music Connects Us...

Sponsor VIP LoungeMusic is a universal language. When you support the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, you become a note within a soundtrack that connects and inspires our community. Your organization helps to grow the next generation of musicians and music-lovers, bring top-quality musicians to our community, and provide educational, family, and community experiences that bring us together.

Corporate giving benefits not only your KSO, but also the community and business itself. Sponsorship opportunities exist at all levels, and the KSO will work to make a partnership meaningful for you. View the options below, and consider getting involved. For more information, contact Christopher Schram, Director of Development, by calling (269) 349-7759, or filling out the form at the bottom of this page. 



KSO 2019-20 Sponsorship BrochureTake a few minutes to look through our current sponsorship brochure to learn more about how your KSO sponsorship enables life-changing education programs, brings outstanding musicians to our community, and provides engaging community experiences.



The Business Council gives small businesses the opportunity to support the KSO in exchange for benefits designed to create exposure for your company and its support of what we do in the community. ($350-$2,000)


Embrace your KSO this season by getting involved! You can support an individual concert, underwrite a series, or sponsor the entire KSO season! ($2,500+)



Companies can choose to support directly our education initiatives, including seasonal programming, Youth Concerts, Kalamazoo Kids In Tune, Marvelous Music, or our Family Fun Chamber Series. ($2,500+)



Businesses may also consider advertising in our program books, which are published quarterly.

 Please contact the KSO to request information by calling (269) 349-7759, or via the form below. 

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