Corporate Champions are Overture’s most generous Corporate and Foundation partners who share overture’s vision to provide transformational arts experiences to all. Corporate Champions contribute $100,000 or more over four years to bring extraordinary performances to Madison, increase access to the arts through free or low-cost programs, support the arts in area schools and champion new program development to meet the emerging needs of our community.
2021/22 CORPORATE CHAMPION
The 2021/22 Corporate Champion is J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. They challenge the Madison community to match their gift of $100,000 to support Overture’s operations and programs.
“Many of us at Findorff look at Overture with a legacy lens,” said Findorff President and CEO Jim Yehle. “As a long-time partner of the organization, Findorff has provided the expert craftsmanship necessary, supporting the arts and Overture’s overall mission. We know our continued partnership will help to ensure Overture Center for the Arts remains the vibrant space that Findorff constructed years ago.”
2019/20 CORPORATE CHAMPIONS
The 2019/20 Corporate Champion is Bell Laboratories. They challenge the Madison community to match their gift of $100,000 to support Overture’s operations and programs.
Bell Laboratories, Inc.
As a Corporate Champion, Bell Laboratories has the opportunity to direct its support to different programs each year of its four-year commitment. This season, it is sponsoring an Overture Presents series of four exciting shows. Next year, it plans to sponsor an exciting new cabaret series. Outside of sponsorship, Bell Laboratories calls Overture Center home for its annual holiday gathering, bringing employees together to celebrate in the iconic Overture Lobby each December.
“I highly recommend other companies sponsor Overture Center,” remarked Bell Laboratories’ CEO and President Steve Levy. “If they understand what it’s about and how it helps this community, they will conclude it makes a lot of sense. Not only that, their employees will be very proud of their efforts.”