Advertise and Support the GPSA!

Dear Friend of the Performing Arts:

We are currently offering ad space in our upcoming recital booklet for the annual GPSA Graduation Program on March 20. The financial success of this program is credited largely to our sponsors, who lend their names and financial support to the event.

We are planning to present Graduation recitals in person this year, after last year’s hiatus. Clear COVID guidelines for everyone’s safety will be communicated and adhered to.

The Greater Philadelphia Suzuki Association, an affiliate of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association of Suzuki Method teachers. GPSA membership covers the area of Allentown to Wilmington and from Princeton to Reading. We teach students of all ages and ability levels and include teachers of violin, viola, cello, guitar, piano, flute, and voice.

By participating as a sponsor, your organization will benefit from extended exposure to hundreds of our families from all areas of the region and from a variety of By participating as a sponsor, your organization will benefit from extended exposure to hundreds of our families from all areas of the region and from a variety of professional fields. This and other events are offered to raise the standards of both teachers and students, to provide a broader musical experience, and to honor the achievements of every student.

Ads are black and white and must be uploaded to our website in PDF or jpeg form, along with payment via PayPal: https://gpsasuzuki.org/product/grad_ad/ The deadline for advertising in the Graduation brochure is 3/6/2022. We have five categories of ads, as detailed below. You may contact Rebekah Waggoner with questions: waggonermusic@gmail.com.

  • Full page (5.5″x8.5″) $100
  • Half page (5.5″x4.25″) $50
  • Quarter page (2.25″x4.25″) $25
  • Business card $25
  • Individual messages, per insertion $20

[ CLICK HERE to submit an advertisement! ]

As a GPSA supporter, you’re letting the community know you are more than the goods or services you provide.  As a patron, you are saying that, especially in this tiAs a GPSA supporter, you are letting the community know you are more than the goods or services you provide. As a patron, you are saying that, especially in this time of continued funding cuts, you recognize the difference that the arts play in the life of a child.

We are counting on your support and will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Please help us as we work to continue Dr. Suzuki’s dream of creating beautiful people with beautiful hearts through music! Thank you in advance for your willingness to support the efforts of the GPSA and make a difference in our community.

Sincerely,
Joan Krzywicki and Carole Mayers
Graduation Co-Chairs
Greater Philadelphia Suzuki Association