Being a philanthropic partner
connects you in a meaningful
way to The Song Company by
supporting an area of particular
interest to you. Philanthropic
partners play a vital role in
sustaining and developing
The Song Company and
nurturing the creativity of our
artists and collaborators.
Becoming a donor provides the opportunity to develop a closer relationship with The Song Company and actively support our work. You can choose an area which particularly interests you and contribute at a level which suits you. Donate to our annual giving program, leave a bequest in your will, support our creative fund or ensure our longevity with our capital fund.
to become a Partner of The Song Company.
We are immensely grateful to those who have made financial contributions and therefore play an integral role in the creative life of The Song Company.
Our campaign focus this year is to Extend Our Reach
by engaging diverse audiences, being ambassadors for Australian music vibrancy, and championing new Australian music.
We would also like to thank all our donors who wish to remain anonymous.
Drs Tom & Elisabeth Karplus
Susie Dickson & Martin Dickson AM, The Freedman Foundation
Estate of the late Janet Thea Argyros, Rob & Jane Diamond, Penny Le Couteur & Greg Dickson, Nick & Caroline Minogue Foundation, Frances Muecke, Stephen Muecke, Peter & Dianne O'Connell, Perkins Family Fund – a sub fund of Sydney Community Foundation, The Trust Company Australia Foundation – Scott Family Bequest, Michael & Debra Tidball
Clive Birch, Sarah & David Howell, Bob & Anna Prosser, Dr Tim Turner
Sandy Belford, Pattie Benjamin, Drs Tania & Robert Black, Rodney Beech & Mariee Durkin-Beech, Joyce & Bruce Edwards, Ben & Martha Gelin, Barbara Gillam, Roger Hewitt, Margaret & Peter Janssens, Alan Lane & Virginia King, Marjorie Lindenmayer, Airdrie Lloyd, Ian & Elizabeth MacDonald, Ruth Medd, Helen Meddings, Ann & Roger Smith, Donald C. Ward, Megan & Bill Williamson, Audrey & Michael Wilson, Peronelle Windeyer, Peter Wise
Bob & Anita Berghout, Brian Everingham, In memory of Henry, Ralph W. Lane OAM, Alison Lockhart & Bruce Watson, John & Kathie O'Connor, Mathisha Panagoda, Katharine Pierce, Meredith Rogers, Penny Rogers, Mark & Wanda Sadowski, Duncan & Emma Snodgrass, Helen Symon & Ian Lulham, Kay Vernon, Stephen Willard, Margot Woods & Arn Sprogis, David Yardley
Graham Atkins, Leonie Cambage, Dorothy Cameron, Jason Catlett, Nicola Chau, Isobel Crawford, Janusz Florek & Malgorzata Stepuch, John & Zeny Giles, Clifford & Jean Hooker, Taff & Vicki Hughes, Sally & Antony Jeffrey, Harry & Julie Johnson, In memory of Lorelle Moore, Helen Palfreeman, Oliver Raymond, Helene Stead, Graham & Pamela Thomas, Simon Waugh & Helen Brownen, David True
Richard Arthur, Jeffrey Bridger, Arthur Bryant, Christine Butler, Patricia Calabro, Sylvia Cardale, Alison Clugston Cornes, Jean Cockayne, Penny Collings, Merrilyn Crawford, Sylvia Florin, Deborah Foster, Taffy Fox, Margaret Frey, Ros Gestier, Moira Gordon, Chris & Virginia Greiner, Netta Haining, Diana & Peter Hannigan, Brian & Mary Hansford, Jocelyn Howell, Chris & Donna Huey, Chris & Diana Hutchison, Neil Hyden, Noel James, Beverley Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Alison Jones, Jenny Jones, Tania Kanavas, Greg Kerr, Norbert Kisnorbo, Jeanette Knox, Roslyn Laird, John & Kath Le Bas, Liz McKenzie, Betty Meehan, Jonathan Milford, Douglas & Eveline Milne, M. Moffat, Prue Neidorf, Robin Offler, Justin & Judith Parker, Dagmar Pidd, Margaret Potts, Kate Reid, Sylvia Rice, Colin Ross, Barbara & Christiaan Slotemaker de Bruine, Bruce & Carolyn Smith, Elizabeth Storrs, Dr. Kate Sullivan, Liz Temple, Gemma Thomas, David Vance, Annie & Anthony Whealy, Edward Wills, Ann Wood, Deborah Wood, Aleit Woodward, Margaret Woolcock
Annual Giving Campaign
The sung human voice is uplifting, exhilarating, and inspirational. Become a part of The Song Company’s family of philanthropists responsible for our artistic growth by giving to our annual giving program.
Being a general partner is the most effective way to ensure that all our annual programs are sustained and given the opportunity to grow. Funds are distributed to the following based on program needs.
Special Project Partners
Being a Special Project Partner allows the development of new collaborative creative works, international touring, staging co-productions, and delivering innovative programs to our audiences. New material is crucial to creativity and bolsters pathways for vocal artists outside opera and musical theatre. Developments of exciting and different programs encourage culturally varied work, collaborative programs, and longevity of vocal ensemble tradition.
to become a Special Project Partner
Regional Program Partners
Being a Regional Program Partner ensures that The Song Company can continue to tour regional Australia, run regional education workshops in schools and communities and work collaboratively with regional artists.
to become a Regional Program Partner
Artist Support Partners
Being an Artist Support Partner ensures that the ensemble members have access to professional development and skills enrichment programs, and that new emerging artists are identified and cultivated with The Song Company.
to become an Artist Support Partner
Supporting our Young Artist program directly benefits Australian musical culture by providing a professional pathway for young and emerging artists.
to discuss how you can support our Young Artist
how you can support the creation of new music, both individual musical works and unique concert programs.
Artistic Director's Table
for 2017 – by invitation.
A bequest presents a unique opportunity for you to continue playing a vital role in the cultural landscape of future generations. By choosing to support us in this very significant way, you will become a stakeholder in our future.
To donate to any of our Funds, and for more information on how to include The Song Company in your will, please contact us
to become a Partner of The Song Company.