Concertmaster's Circle - $25 - $50

Heldentenor's Circle - $50 - $75

Coloratura's Circle - $75 - $100

Maestro's Circle - $100 or more

Sponsor a Diva or a Divo  - $500

  •      2 complimentary tickets

  •      Your name in our program

  •      Champagne soiree
     

Sponsor a Director - $800

  •      4 complimentary tickets

  •      Your name in our program

  •      The outstanding CD of Handel’s Messiah, on period instruments by the award-winning Boston Baroque

  •      Champagne Soiree
     

Sponsor our Opera - $1000

  •      6 complimentary tickets, two Baroque CDs

  •      Your name in our program

  •      Two outstanding CDs by the award-winning Boston Baroque: Handel’s Messiah and Monteverdi’s Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in patria,   both on period instruments

  •      Champagne Soiree

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to SILLA. Donate online by clicking the DONATE button, or send a check made payable to "Fractured Atlas" our fiscal agent, with "SILLA" in the memo line,  and sent to CCE, 7 Hancock Place, Cambridge, MA 02139.  SILLA is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization.

CCE's presentation of Handel's opera Silla is an ancient Roman epic fittingly set in our modern political times. Mounting this exciting production is an enormous undertaking that needs your financial support. You can help us bring this powerful and timely tale to life with your donation.


We welcome all donations! And if you love opera and want to take an active role in our show, please consider being a sponsor. All sponsorships include complementary tickets, your name prominently in our program, dinner at an elegant restaurant, and a Champagne Soiree to meet and listen to your sponsee and share an evening with opera lovers like you.
 

By helping to underwrite our outstanding performers and directors, you make it possible for us to bring timeless music and drama to a wide audience. 

Lucio Cornelio Silla was a ruthless Roman dictator who quashed civic liberties and forced himself on the wives of his subordinates. Not all bowed to his ruthless intent. Handel’s opera drives with passion toward its powerful conclusion.

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