Our ability to support the arts depends on donors like you.

We have a variety of ways to get involved and support our mission.

The Allied Arts, Inc., has a steady stream of small donors but the costs to support these talented young artists keep rising. They work and practice as hard as ever and need our help! Funds go to support career advancement in many ways, such as support to attend auditions and educational programs. We don’t want their voices or instruments silenced for lack of funds.

Corporate Sponsorships

While we’re proud of our group of individual donors, like-minded for-profit sponsors and partners can truly impact our mission. We welcome your corporation’s support in one of the following levels:

  • Financial Sponsors: Fund one or several grants or upcoming events with a financial donation. Your name and logo will be included in the program for the event.
  • Media Sponsors: Help us secure advertising for an upcoming event. Your donation will be used to advertise an upcoming event in local television, newspaper or radio station.
  • In-Kind Sponsors: Provide goods and services in lieu of financial support. This is a great opportunity for event venues, restaurants, retail establishments and other locally-owned small businesses.

Individual Donations

Generous persons who have an interest in perpetuating the arts contribute as follows:

  • Largo – $1 – $49
  • Andante – $50 – $74
  • Allegro – $75 – $99
  • Vivace – $100 – $499
  • Presto – $500

Additional gifts to Allied Arts’ general endowment help build greater security for our program activities.

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Grantee Stories

Winona Martin

From Wolf Trap Opera Singer, Winona Martin, The Allied Arts Inc, “supported my attendance of the Prague Summer Nights program” where she sang Cherubino in

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Megan Marino

From Metropolitan Opera and Santa Fe Opera singer, Megan Marino, “I’m well established as an American opera singer and I have recently started to branch

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Ross Snyder

From Ross Snyder, violinist with the Tesla String Quartet named “Chamber Choice” by BBC Music Magazine and second prize winner at the 12th Banff International

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The year was 1920. “The Allied Arts was founded at a time of surging growth in Denver to encourage artistic aspirations. Supporters, Jean Cranmer, Anne Evans, Burnham Hoyt, and others, believed that encouraging the energy and intelligence of the young would determine a luminous future for Denver.”

Allen Young, a music critic in Denver and author of Opera in Central City and Exotic and Irrational: Opera in Denver 1879-2006, crafted The History of the Allied Arts – 1920-1995 like an insightful storyteller. Read about the careers of sculptors and singers and visual artists
who left marks on the art world. The book convinces readers that financial support does indeed make the difference for pre-professional artists.

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