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The Luncheon with Music of Hope and Remembrance

11:00 – 11:45 am Mimosa Reception for Sponsors only

11:45 am – 1:30 pm The Luncheon and a performance by Voices of Naples inspired by the imprisoned musicians and chorus members who performed Verdi’s opera Requiem for the International Red Cross’s visit to Theresienstadt in 1944.

THERE ARE SOME TICKETS LEFT BUT YOU MUST CONTACT THE MUSEUM TO PURCHASE TICKETS OR SPONSORSHIPS. PLEASE CALL 239-263-9200 EXT. 207.

For Sponsorships and Program Ads, contact Tim Morrison at tim@HolocaustMuseumSwfl.org or 239-263-9200 ext. 207.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Inspire Sponsor $10,000 (Fair Market Value “FMV” $900)

  • One table of 10 at The Luncheon
  • 10 tickets to the Mimosa Reception
  • Preferred seating and recognition as a Sponsor

Testimony Sponsor $7,500 (FMV $720)

  • One table of 8 at The Luncheon
  • 8 tickets to the Mimosa Reception
  • Preferred seating and recognition as a Sponsor

Hope Sponsor $5,000 (FMV $360)

  • 4 tickets to the Mimosa Reception and The Luncheon
  • Preferred seating and recognition as a Sponsor

Remembrance Sponsor $2,500 (FMV $180)

  • 2 tickets to the Mimosa Reception and The Luncheon
  • Preferred seating and recognition as a Sponsor

Ticket Options

The Luncheon $150 (FMV $75)
1 ticket to The Luncheon

Program Advertising

Full-page $500 (size is 5” x 8”)
Half-page $250 (size is 5” x 4”)

About Music of Hope and Remembrance

Commemorating an Artistic Uprising 75 years ago and Celebrating the human spirit through music and art.

Voices of Naples will share songs that tell the story of the spiritual resistance that took place at the Theresienstadt concentration camp.

Through hunger, disease, and slave labor, the Jewish inmates of Theresienstadt held onto their humanity by staging plays, composing opera and using paper and ink to record the horrors around them.

Led by imprisoned conductor Rafael Schachter, the inmates of Theresienstadt fought back with art and music, and put on a magnificent performance of Verdi’s Requiem for the International Red Cross’s 1944 inspection visit.

This year, the Museum commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the Liberation of the Nazi concentration camps. We invite you to participate in our full schedule of activities in the coming months based on our theme, Butterflies of Hope and Remembrance.

Details

December 12, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
150.00
The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort
280 Vanderbilt Road
Naples, FL 34108 United States