Corporate Support

Supporting the PSO makes good business sense – our patrons are interested in knowing about the best product and services our community has to offer. By contributing to the PSO, you provide yet another reason for people to choose to visit Princeton, live here, and support local businesses like yours.

Thank you for becoming a community partner to the PSO. With your help, we are making Princeton a great place to live and an attractive destination for visitors.

Support Options

Program Book Advertising

Your advertisements will appear in the PSO’s concert programs for the entire season, including five Classical Series concerts and two PSO pops concerts. Your company’s name and website link will also be featured on our website’s Program Advertisers listing. PSO audiences represent a broad spectrum of discerning consumers with strong purchasing power in our community. Click on the program book at right to see examples of advertising from our 2014-2015 season. More information… 

Concert Sponsorship

Sponsors receive full-page advertisements in PSO program books, business logo on our website’s concert page, and complimentary concert tickets and invitations to all special events during the season.

Corporate Gifts

All corporate donations will be recognized in the PSO’s concert program books during the season, and corporate sponsors’ logos will be displayed on this page.

Current Sponsors

















The PSO thanks these generous corporate, foundation, and government sponsors, whose contributions make a difference in our community and sustain the classical music art form. We hope that your company or organization will join them in supporting the PSO!



Foundation and Government Partners

Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation

The Bunbury Company

Curtis W. McGraw Foundation

David Mathey Foundation

Edward T. Cone Foundation

J. Seward Johnson 1963 Charitable Trust

The John G. Martin Foundation

New Jersey State Council on the Arts

Rita Allen Foundation

Robert Wood Johnson 1962 Charitable Trust