Civic Center Music Hall - About the Foundation
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The Civic Center Foundation is dedicated to providing funding for improvements to the Civic Center Music Hall that will heighten the performance experience for both performers and the audience.
Founded in 2000 as a means of providing funding for the hall’s grand re-opening, the Foundation’s active board has facilitated funding for multiple improvement projects:
State of-the-art computerized LED message board for the promotion of upcoming performances and events;
The purchase of a ticket scanner system that allows attendants to move patrons into the theatre more quickly and provide attendance data to resident artist groups and promoters;
The acquisition of a lighting system to showcase the ballet and maestro sculptures inside and in front of the Civic Center;
The acquisition of a new Wayfinding system in the main performance areas, allowing patrons to better navigate their way inside the performance hall;
In partnership with the Civic Center Music Hall, funded the upgrade to a state-of-the-art-sound console to improve the quality of sound amplification for performances in the Thelma Gaylord Performing Arts Theatre.
Ways to Help
As a designated 501(c)(3) organization, the Civic Center Foundation seeks the financial support and involvement of individuals, corporations, community groups and other contributors through the presentation of several select opportunities that offer donors a wide array of benefits.
Suite Holder Program
Enhance your Civic Center experience with the comfort of a private suite that provides entertaining and luxury for clients. Suite holder packages also include other exclusive benefits and opportunities.
In achieving its goals, the Foundation will be able to provide local performing arts groups more opportunities to develop and promote their own initiatives, as well as provide local youth with a greater understanding of the vital role arts play in the community.
For information on how you can get involved in the Foundation, please call 405.297.1575.