WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! Even after reaching 40 years, SCBF operates on an annually generated break-even budget. Our daily operations are managed by our volunteer Board of Directors. We contract a graphic designer and bookkeeper for specialized tasks, and rely on volunteers to assist at concerts. We work very hard each year to regenerate our season funds. Ticket sales only make up for a small portion of our income, and it takes a community effort to sustain local arts organizations. Here is how our local community helps us and how you can help as well:

DONATE -- Every amount helps!


DONATE YOUR VEHICLE

Vehicle Donation

SUBSCRIBE
  • Subscribers create a community around our festival and through their advance commitment assure our sustainability.
  • Click here to read about subscription benefits.
ADVERTISE
  • Ads in our season booklet circulate at all 5 season concerts.
  • We encourage our Board and our audience to patronize those local businesses that support us.
  • Click here for information on advertising, and here for ad sizes.

COME TO OUR CONCERTS -- As a non-profit, our principal objective for over 4 decades has been to bring early classical music to AUDIENCES - that is YOU. We are happy when our halls are filled and welcome you to our events.

Sponsors & Donors | Advertisers | Links

Special THANKS to Our . . .


Sponsors & Donors (2015 Season)

Season & Concert Sponsors

Season Sponsors: Dean Silvers; Patrick Teverbaugh
Concert Sponsors: Linda Burman-Hall; San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music


Special Event Sponsors

Youth Chamber Music Competition: David Kaun in honor of Anika Narayanan
Primary Wine Sponsor: Hallcrest Vineyards/Organic Wineworks


Foundation & Corporate Donors



● Culture Ireland
● Arts Council Santa Cruz County
● Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
● United Way of Silicon Valley
● San Francisco Chamber Music Society
● The Stocker Family Fund
at the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County
● Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Business Patrons

● K-Mozart
● KUSP
● Hallcrest Vineyards
● Driscoll's Berries
● Darwin Arts L.L.C.
● Bonny Doon Baroque


Individual Donors

Individual donors are acknowledged in our season booklet by name, or anonymously, if requested. Donors giving $100 and above are invited to our annual donor appreciation event at the home of our Artistic Director.

Advertisers (2015 Season)

Click here for information on advertising in our Season Booklet



Complete Mailing Service



Hallcrest Vineyards/Organic Wineworks



Staff of Life Natural Foods Market

We wish to thank our advertisers:

● Complete Mailing Service
● Arnold Gregorian
● Cruzio Internet
● Eye Q Optometry
● Hallcrest Vineyards/Organic Wineworks
● Hi5 - Music by Our Members
● K-Mozart 95.1 FM
● KUSP 88.9 FM
● Palace Art & Office Supply
● Professional Bookkeeping Services
● Santa Cruz Art League
● Santa Cruz Piano
● Staff of Life Natural Foods Market
● Thomas Musical Instruments
● Vehicle Donations Any Charity

Thank You ! ! !

Links

Link our webpage and ask us to link yours back!


● Hi 5 -- Hi 5 info
● Early Music Network - http://www.earlymusic.net
● Classical Music Matters -- http://www.classicalmusicmatters.com/
● Arts Council Santa Cruz County -- http://www.artscouncilsc.org
● Lars Johannesson (flutist) -- http://www.larsjohannesson.com
● Linda Burman-Hall (harpsichordist) -- http://arts.ucsc.edu/faculty/burman-hall/
● New Music Works -- http://www.newmusicworks.org
● K-Mozart -- http://kmozartmonterey.com
● KUSP's "On-Site!" -- http://kusp.org/shows/onsite.html
● KZSC -- http://www.kzsc.org
● Santa Cruz Chamber Players -- http://www.scchamberplayers.org
● Santa Cruz Chorale -- http://www.santacruzchorale.org
● Santa Cruz County Conference & Visitors Council --



● SF Early Music Society - http://www.sfems.org

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Santa Cruz Baroque Festival ● Phone: 831-457-9693 ● E-mail: Click hereMail: P.O. Box 482 ● Santa Cruz, CA 95061

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Our events are in part supported by grants from the Arts Council Santa Cruz County