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PROJECT SPONSORS

Project Sponsors

Without our Project Sponsors, our programme would be poorer and less varied. Through their donations, they finance additional projects which are important to us but for which we have no money. We are very grateful to them.


Roche has enabled the Salzburg Festival to present contemporary music since 2007. In addition to supporting Salzburg contemporary, every year 100 university students have the opportunity to participate in a one-week program of workshops, lectures and concerts.

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As an internationally active company and a leading producer of precision-cut crystal, Swarovski is at home on stage and screen all over the world. The company is an initiator and supporter of countless artistic initiatives and collaborations, and is currently proving this with its support of the production of Jedermann.

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UNIQA and art and culture have belonged together for many years. As the biggest art insurer in Central Europe, we are leading in preserving high-quality cultural monuments and experienced in supporting excellent cultural events. This year Uniqa supports the programme for children and youths.  


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As a leading global supporter of the arts Bank of America Merrill Lynch partners with the some of the most extraordinary cultural institutions and events around the world, such as the Salzburg Festival. The Bank of America Merrill Lynch supports the production Il trovatore in 2015. 


 


If you are interested in supporting the Salzburg Festival or would like to receive the detailed programme of sponsor benefits as well as the projects to be sponsored, please let us know and we will be happy to send you further information. Of course, we are available personally, should you have questions or enquiries, and can help you design a sponsoring package tailored to your wishes and needs.

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EDITORIAL DEVELOPMENT

“Aren’t you afraid that the sponsors will try to influence your program?” is a common question in the arts sections of various newspapers, especially since we have been so successful in acquiring sponsors. And I can always answer both spontaneously and honestly: No, I am not afraid of that. Our sponsors are far too intelligent not to know that trying to influence the content of our program would have a boomerang effect. On the contrary, I hope our sponsors continue to influence us, in the sense that they make it possible to implement projects that we could not realize otherwise for lack of money. Therefore, on behalf of the Festival, I would very much like to thank our sponsors, donors, supporters and friends as well as the public authorities subsidizing the Festival for their generous support.

Helga Rabl-Stadler
President of the Salzburg Festival