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Sponsorship Options
Sponsorships are a great opportunity for local companies to show their support for The Black Cat Opera Company, while enjoying the benefits for client entertainment and employee recognition. Sponsoring Black Cat Opera will allow companies the opportunity to enjoy a satisfying and unique return of investment while achieving marketing goals with a very targeted and affluent audience. Principal Production Sponsor – donation c.£2000
Your company name listed in all Black Cat Opera production publications and on our website, blackcatopera.co.uk, for twelve months from the sponsorship date. Your company name and logo on all marketing material and programme covers for Black Cat Opera's production of Don Giovanni, 22-26 July 2014. Up to twelve complimentary tickets to the sponsored production, with VIP reception at the interval, and the opportunity to purchase additional tickets at a discounted corporate rate. Invitation to our dress rehearsal (not open to the public) for up to twelve company guests. Opportunity to meet members of the cast and production team at the dress rehearsal. Double page spread available for advertisement in production programmes. First refusal on future sponsorship opportunities. Platinum Sponsor – donation c.£750
Your company name listed in all Black Cat Opera production publications and on our website, blackcatopera.co.uk, for twelve months from the sponsorship date. Opportunity to purchase Black Cat Opera production tickets at a discounted corporate rate. Invitation to our dress rehearsal (not open to the public) for up to eight company guests. Full page available for advertisement in production programmes. Gold Sponsor – donation £200
Your company name listed in all Black Cat Opera production publications and on our website, blackcatopera.co.uk, for twelve months from the sponsorship date. Opportunity to purchase Black Cat Opera production tickets at a discounted corporate rate. Half-page available for advertisement in production programmes. Silver Sponsor – donation £50
Your company name listed in all Black Cat Opera production publications and on our website, blackcatopera.co.uk, for twelve months from the sponsorship date. Opportunity to purchase Black Cat Opera production tickets at a discounted corporate rate. More tailored sponsorship packages may be negotiated, such as one-off corporate entertainment and hospitality packages, or sponsorships of specific areas. We also have information for individual patronage opportunities on our website, blackcatopera.co.uk. Please contact Rachel Topham, Marketing & PR Director with any queries at info@blackcatopera.co.uk.








blackcatopera.co.uk The Black Cat Opera Company is a co-operative of professional singers and
instrumentalists
ranging from recent conservatoire graduates to established and
award-winning performers
. We aim to temper youthful energy and ambition with
experience and expertise
to create intimate yet exhilarating productions.
Guildford Electric Theatre 22nd–26th July, 2014 Our upcoming performance of Don Giovanni in Guildford's extraordinary talent both onstage and behind the scenes. Our soloists between them have worked for English National Opera, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Opera North, and Scottish Opera, to mention just a few. This promises to be an event to remember. In order to make the performances everything they can be, we need supporters who are willing to help us financially in exchange for rewards ranging from reduced-price tickets to advertising for your business. Read on to find out how we can help each other. The Performance
Based on the legend of Don Juan, Mozart's enduring classic follows the escapades of
Spanish lothario Don Giovanni and his browbeaten servant Leporello. The Don leads a life of womanising and debauchery, seemingly without remorse or any thought beyond his next conquest. Following the murder of Commendatore Don Pedro, those he has wronged begin to rally against him and it is only a matter of time before he is required to face ultimate judgement. Dress Rehearsal: Monday 21st July
Tuesday 22nd July Wednesday 23rd July Friday 25th July Saturday 26th July The Venue
The Electric Theatre is a vibrant arts centre right in the heart of Guildford. It seats 180
people (when the orchestra pit is in use) giving us a potential audience of over 700 people across the four performances. Its proximity to public transport links and convenient parking makes the theatre accessible to people in a wide radius. The Production Team

Peter Ford (Musical Director) is a young professional conductor,
fast making a name for incisive and energetic performances. Equally at
home in a range of genres, he currently holds positions with ensembles
across Surrey, Hampshire, and Wiltshire. He has extensive experience
of conducting in theatrical settings, and was a musical director and co-
founder of the highly successful Winterbourne Opera. Nicholas Fisher (Director) is a highly regarded up-and-coming
director and actor. Appearing on stage from a young age, he began
directing
Bernstein's Candide earned him a number of accolades. Known for bringing energy and intensity to a production, he has worked on operas including The Marriage of Figaro, Candide, Eugene Onegin, The Sorceror, and a staged version of Handel's oratorio Samson. blackcatopera.co.uk The Singers
Our soloists boast between them performances on stages from The Coliseum in London to
Sydney Opera House, as well as CD and DVD recordings and performances for radio.
Philip Smith (Don Giovanni)
One time zoologist and National Otter Surveyor of England, Philip hung up his waders to study singing at the Royal Northern College of Music, graduating in 2008 with distinction. He is the recipient of a number of
awards and is a Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme alumnus. Philip was also awarded an Independent Opera/Royal Northern College of Music Postgraduate Voice Fellowship. Philip appears regularly on the opera stage throughout Europe. In the UK he has performed with companies including Longborough Festival Opera, Opera by Definition, Manchester Camerata, Opera Minima, Ensemble 10/10, Edinburgh Studio Opera, as well as understudying for Glyndebourne on Tour and Opera North. In 2013 he sang Junius in The Rape Of Lucretia in Florence, Reggio Emilia and Ravenna, and concert engagements included Faure Requiem, and Britten Noye's Fludde at the Cheltenham Festival. Philip is an active recitalist, having made his Wigmore Hall debut in their showcase concert in December 2010. He has recorded Tit for Tat and other Britten songs with Malcolm Martineau and appeared in recital with Roger Vignoles in Santiago de Compostella. Phillip Guy Bromley (Leporello)
Phillip studied at the Birmingham School of Music where he won all the major
prizes, including the first Mario Lanza Prize.
He has regularly appeared singing principal roles with major UK companies
including Glyndebourne Touring Opera, WNO, ENO, and Opera North.
Television and film credits include the leading role in Stuart Copeland's Horse
Opera
commissioned for Channel 4, and Sailing Master Flint in ENO's
1988 Billy Budd which was televised and released on video.
The Black Cat Opera Company is thrilled to welcome Phillip, and hope that
this will mark the beginning of a long association.
Allegra Giagu (Donna Elvira)
A graduate of London's Royal College of Music, and with a career
encompassing recital, opera and oratorio, Allegra appears regularly on
stage, soundtrack, and screen. Notable productions include Baz
Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge, and in Dario Marianelli's Oscar Nominated
soundtrack for Tolstoy's Anna Karenina. A champion of contemporary opera,
Allegra premiered the title role of Socrates in the European cast of Clio
Montrey's Photo Socrates, as well as appearing as principal soprano in Chloe
Charody's Circus Opera The Carnival.
To find out more about Allegra, visit her website: www.allegragiagu.com blackcatopera.co.uk Our Marketing
We h ave received a high level of engagement in our first few months on Facebook, have a strong Twitter following, and are generating more likes, follows, and website visits through personal contacts and online advertising. Offline, our advertising will be seen in the 12,000 printed copies of the Electric Theatre's season brochure, and in local newspapers including the Surrey Advertiser (readership c. 60,000) – and that's just a small section of our marketing plans. What We Offer
Sponsoring The Black Cat Opera Company is a great opportunity for your company to show support for the arts while enjoying potential benefits such as client entertainment and employee recognition. It allows you the opportunity to enjoy a satisfying and unique return of investment while also marketing your business. Typical benefits might include reduced ticket prices, dress rehearsal invitations, advertising space in our programme, and your logo appearing on our publicity; for a detailed summary of the sponsorship levels available please see the enclosed document. Packages can also be tailored to your company's specific interests: our experienced Marketing and PR Director will be happy to discuss your needs with you individually. Please contact info@blackcatopera.co.uk if you wish to discuss this further. Keep up-to-date with our news online:
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