Charitable Giving keeps us singing
From our roots as the Italian Opera Chorus in 1933, our company has flourished to become today's Grammy Award-winning Florentine Opera Company. Celebrating our 80th year, we are proud to be the sixth oldest opera company in the country--- continuing to assure that a great city like Milwaukee has a great opera company.
The Florentine is more engaged in the community than ever before, providing great opera on stage, in schools and throughout the Milwaukee community. It takes a chorus of supporters to continue creating to great opera, both on and off the stage. That is why we have made it our goal within the next two years to build a Chorus of A Thousand Supporters, dedicated to giving voice to our mission of deepening roots within the Milwaukee community and beyond.
More than 700 gifts last season made our work stand out -- on stage, in schools, and in the community. Just imagine how much voice we could give to our mission with a chorus of a thousand supporters!
No voice is too big or too small, so consider echoing your passion for opera with a gift today.
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Each contribution, great or small, is vital to our mission, to assure a great city like Milwaukee has a great opera company. Your gift to our Annual Fund enhances our work on stage, in schools, and in the community.
Share your love of opera with the next generation! A planned gift is a powerful way to ensure the Florentine continues as an outstanding performing arts organization for generations to come.
Sponsoring a Florentine Opera production or performance is a great way to connect your business with our larger-than-life talent, with visibility and recognition to match. A wide range of opportunities awaits!
There are so many other ways to give:
- Commemorate a loved one or special occasion with a special gift
- Sponsor an artist, performance or event
- Get involved as a volunteer
|Download a Commemorative Gift Form
Productions & programs of the Florentine Opera Company are supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and and the National Endowment for the Arts with additional support from Wisconsin Public Radio (our statewide media sponsor).