Sponsors and Opportunities

Sponsorship Opportunities for the 2018-19 Season Now Available
Align your brand with outstanding students making amazing music in central Oklahoma! Specific sponsorships directly meet the tangible needs of the organization and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. View menu of opportunities HERE, and contact Executive Director Melody Garza at mgarza@oyomusic.org or 405-232-1199 with your interest and questions.

Sponsorship benefits scale with the levels of sponsorship, and can include print and online brand recognition, being thanked from the stage at concerts, being featured in a Weekly Update to our families (53% open rate!), and the opportunity to speak from the stage at a concert or at a post-concert reception. We are happy to tailor make a sponsorship package with benefits that are meaningful to you and your business!

Oklahoma Youth Orchestras is truly grateful to the foundations and corporations who invest in our students. Through a variety of support, the organizations listed below have helped to provide quality music education to the community.

Supporters and Sponsors
Allied Arts
American Fidelity Foundation
Anschutz Foundation
Philip Boyle Foundation
Chickasaw Nation
Edmond Music
E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation
Inter-City Violin Studios
The Kerr Foundation
Kirkpatrick Foundation
THE LOWE GROUP – Kim Lowe, Principal & Creative Director
McCasland Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Oklahoma Arts Council
Oklahoma Arts Institute
Oklahoma City Community Foundation
Oklahoma City Philharmonic
Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation
Smedlund & Company, PC
Tapstone Energy, LLC
University of Oklahoma School of Music
Valliance Bank
Wanda Bass Foundation
Wanda L. Bass School of Music at Oklahoma City University
Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation

2017-18 Ruby Season Sponsor
Ad Astra Foundation

Dr. John E. Clinton Scholarship for Artistic Excellence Underwriter
Elevate Captives

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