Sponsor the Paris Choral Society

Preserving classical and contemporary choral music

The Paris Choral Society (PCS) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to the presentation of classical and contemporary choral music in Paris.  Under the baton of Zachary Ullery, Director of Music at the American Cathedral of Paris, PCS presents performances of the highest quality, blending choral masterpieces with lesser-known works that deserve to be performed more often.

Levels of sponsorship

Friend

up to €99

  • name in the program

Largetto

€100–249

  • Name in the program
  • 1 ticket per concert* + Messiah Sing-along

Adagio

€250-499

  • Name in the program
  • 2 tickets per concert* + Messiah Sing-along
  • Invitation to the annual sponsor cocktail party

Allegro

€500 above

  • Name in the program
  • 4 tickets per concert* + Messiah Sing-along
  • Invitation to the annual sponsor cocktail party

* For each of the three concerts

Benefits of sponsorship at a glance

The Paris Choral Society (PCS) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to the presentation of classical and contemporary choral music in Paris.  Under the baton of Zachary Ullery, Director of Music at the American Cathedral of Paris, PCS presents performances of the highest quality, blending choral masterpieces with lesser-known works that deserve to be performed more often.

As a non-profit 1901 association, the PCS relies on three sources of income:

  1. Membership fees
  2. Concert ticket sales
  3. Individual sponsorship

If you share our love of glorious music, appreciate our creative program planning and enjoy our spirited performances, we invite you to join the PCS community by becoming a sponsor.  Sponsorship is an attractive proposition – both musically and financially.  Under French fiscal rules, you will receive a 66% tax deduction on the donation portion of your sponsorship. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Elisabeth Poy to find out how to proceed.

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