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Exclusive post-concert reception with Anonymous 4

Contributors of $250 or more to the Academy of Early Music are invited to attend an exlusive post-concert reception with Anonymous 4 immediately following their performance on September 21.

The reception will take place in St. Andrew's from 5:00-6:00 pm. Complimentary food and wine will be served.

To receive an invitation, simply make a contribution to the Academy of at least $250 by Wednesday, September 17. For more information, please contact the Academy at info@academyofearlymusic.org or (734) 478-6421.

 

 

What do New York, Boston, San Francisco, Houston, Milwaukee, and Ann Arbor have in common? They are among the few cities in the US that have an organization dedicated exclusively to early classical music performances and education in their communities.

The Academy of Early Music is the only organization in Southeast Michigan that presents a concert series dedicated exclusively to historically informed performances of music composed before 1800. Your support is critical to sustaining this unique cultural resource and helping us deliver outstanding performances of early classical music and enriching educational opportunities to Southeast Michigan. The Academy of Early Music is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all contributions are tax-deductible to the limits permissible by law.

Ticket sales only cover about 40% of our total costs. Without your support, the Academy's concerts programs simply would not exist in the communities we serve.

Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music

Giving Levels
Medici Court $10,000+
Sforza Court $5,000-$9,999
Gonzaga Court $2,500-$4,999
Barberini Court $1,000-$2,499
Advocate $500-$999
Benefactor $250-$499
Associate $100-$249
Friend $50-$99
Basic Member $15/$25/$40

Please contact the Academy of Early Music at info@academyofearlymusic.org for other giving opportunities.

Annual Gifts and Membership

Contributors of at least $25 annually ($15 for students) become members of the Academy of Early Music and are eligible to receive discounted admission to regularly-priced concerts and reserved section seating when available at no additional cost.

Basic Individual members ($25) may purchase one (1) discount ticket or receive one (1) reserved seat per concert, while Basic Family members ($40) and all levels above may purchase an unlimited number of discounted tickets and reserved seats.

Memberships must be current prior to sale in order to receive benefits during online purchases. Memberships are renewable annually on June 30.

 

Program Book Advertisements

The Academy’s program book consists of two components: an outer jacket used for the entire concert season and an inner section that is concert specific.

The outer jacket is a full-color glossy booklet with finished dimensions of 5½” w x 8½” h. Advertisements are available in quarter, half, and full page sizes.

The inner section contains program notes, artist biographies, and other information relevant to that day’s concert. It is in black and white with the same dimensions as above and is printed on demand prior to an ensemble’s engagement. Advertisements for this section are available in half and full page sizes only and are contingent upon space availability.

With prices starting at $175 for a color advertisement running for eight months, the Academy’s program book is an affordable way to reach a sophisticated audience from Southeast Michigan’s most affluent communities. It also helps reflect your commitment to arts and culture in our region, which your customers appreciate.

Please contact the Academy of Early Music at info@academyofearlymusic.org for more information and availability.