Sponsorships can be a highly beneficial association with a performing arts organization like the Kentucky Bach Choir. We offer sponsorships to businesses, corporations, institutions, and foundations seeking unique and creative ways to advance their product or service, or introduce an important cause or new brand.
We also offer sponsorships to individuals looking for an esteemed venue to memorialize or honor a beloved family member, valued friend or outstanding business leader.
As we exemplify artistic excellence through our mission and concerts, sponsors ally themselves with a mark of excellence – the high standard embodied by JS Bach and the Kentucky Bach Choir. It is a priceless association that reflects many positive attributes for participating Sponsors.
A sponsorship can be more valuable than conventional advertising and offers a greater return over standard PR efforts. Savvy sponsors under-stand the singular opportunity that can be experienced by supporting a leading arts organization like the Kentucky Bach Choir, now celebrating its 11th season.
If you’d like to explore supporting the Kentucky Bach Choir as a major sponsor, please contact artistic director Marlon Hurst. You can do so by clicking here or go to the Contact page found on this website.
Corporate sponsorships enable companies to celebrate a milestone, honor outstanding employees or simply entertain key vendors. These special performances are normally dedicated to public concerts, but can also be designed for internal private affairs.
Our recent performance in Louisville's Cathedral of the Assumption was a private commission to memorialize the life and career of Dr. Bogdan Nedelkoff, a long-time supporter of the former Louisville Bach Society. if you would like to sponsor a special performance in memory or in honor of an outstanding individual, contact artistic director Marlon Hurst.
We enjoy collaborating with other performing arts groups that share a similar mission and objective. In April 2017 we presented Bach's monumental Mass in B-minor with the University of Kentucky Chorale under the baton of Dr. Jefferson Johnson.