Partnering with Symphony Central Coast
Partnerships play a vital role in ensuring the success of Symphony Central Coast. The generosity of local companies and individuals enables us to present innovative and acclaimed productions, maintain and develop artists’ skills, and engage audiences.
We invite you to join us as a Corporate or Community Partner as we embark on our 2018 program of events.
Please contact us to discuss how you can help keep orchestral music alive on the Central Coast.
CCGS hosts the annual SCC concert series in the school’s 750 seat Performing Arts Centre as their main Partnership contribution. In addition, the CCGS also provides the Symphony Orchestra with concert rehearsal facilities. For Symphony Central Coast, this is a most valuable Partnership contribution.
CCGS is an independent, K-12, coeducational, nondenominational school with a Christian ethos. Established in 1985, the school offers a broad education to its 1150 students. Situated on a single 17-hectare campus at Erina Heights, the school enjoys a magnificent setting and first class facilities.
Music is an integral part of life at Central Coast Grammar School. An outstanding team of accomplished private tutors aim to raise musicians to a high level of skill. Individual needs, interests and abilities are catered for, from the enthusiastic beginner to the highly accomplished academic. Music is part of the curriculum for every student from Kindergarten to Year 8 with electives and HSC extension offering progression to study at the highest level. Music Scholarships support talented musicians.
Thank you Central Coast Grammar School.
Symphony Central Coast gains valuable media and social media exposure through this program. The Partnership also has many related mutual benefits.
The ‘this is the Life’ campaign is an initiative by Central Coast Council. The program is all about local businesses coming together to promote the Central Coast and all that it has to offer to help drive regional growth.
The already thriving local community is becoming more vibrant each day with new businesses, small and large, embedding roots in the area, new and interesting people relocating to the Central Coast and community groups of all sorts prospering.
The “ This is the Life” campaign highlights what makes the Central Coast great and why we all choose to live or work here. It’s about proudly celebrating the Central Coast and putting the area on people’s radar.
From café owners to artists, architects to digital developers, builders to doctors, we’ll be telling the stories of entrepreneurs and locals who love their life here, and are helping to make this place great.
Symphony Central Coast is a Gold Partnership Member.
Thank you Central Coast Council.
Penmans provide valuable pro bono legal advice to Symphony Central Coast on key contract and related matters.
Penmans Solicitors have been established in Gosford, on the Central Coast of New South Wales since 1945. The firm provides quality legal advice and representation. The firm’s solicitors combine to provide experience in all areas of legal practice and are there to give client support and guidance.
Thank you Penmans.
Tamburlaine makes a splendid cultural contribution to Symphony Central Coast Concerts by hosting wine tasting during each concert interval. A small allocation of resultant sales is passed on to Symphony Central Coast
Tamburlaine Wines are Australia’s largest producer of organic vineyards in the Hunter Valley and Orange Regions and its certified organic winery in the Hunter Valley.
Thank you Tamburlaine Organic Wines.
Central Coast Conservatorium is a key event Partner to Symphony Central Coast and a valuable source of high-level musicians.
Central Coast Conservatorium is the Coast’s premier Music School offering a Step-by Step program of music lessons for all ages and abilities. They provide qualified instruction on a large variety of instruments as well as a comprehensive in-schools program.
Thank you Central Coast Conservatorium.
Barry Day Bequest
Community Partnerships can come in the form of very special bequests. Symphony Central Coast is both proud and privileged to be a recipient of such a bequest.
The Barry Day Bequest is an example of a local family who have supported Symphony Central Coast for a long time. The bequest acknowledges the value of the orchestra to the Central Coast community by making a material donation to the considerable expenses of running an orchestra.
Thank you the Day family.
Donations always welcome.
Become a Corporate or Community Partner
We applaud our Corporate and Community Partners for their support and hope that such partnerships offer mutual benefits that are valuable to both parties.
We encourage others, both on the Central Coast and wider afield in Australia to become Partners.
To enquire about potential partnerships please contact our team via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or through our Contact button on the website.