Friends of Columbia Baroque
Columbia Baroque Season Sponsor ($10,000 and up)
Myrtle T. Robinson
Columbia Baroque Concert Sponsor ($5,000 and up)
Patricia L. Beckler in memory of John D. Beckler, Harriet G. Williams
Paris Friends - Season Artist Sponsors ($2,000 and up)
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Fran & Dennis Nolan in sponsorship of Jerry Curry, South Carolina Arts Commission
Vienna Friends & Education Sponsors ($1,000 and up)
Landmark Builders of South Carolina, LLC, Nephron Pharmaceuticals, Anonymous in memory of William J. Welsh
Prague Friends - Artist Sponsors ($500 and up)
Meredith Dreibelbis, R. Edward & Celia Johnson in honor of Patricia L. Beckler
Versailles Friends ($250 and up)
Jerry & Vivian Curry, Henry G. Fulmer in honor of Bette Althof, Pat Itter, and Mary Barbara Ruschkofski, Jean Hein, Bonita Mullis in honor of Jean Hein, Holly Brewer Neuffer in honor of Steve & Elizabeth Stephens and Landmark Builders, Edward M. & Sara-Ellen Ringley, Jerry & Mary Barbara Ruschkofski in honor of Jean Hein and the performers, F. John Vernberg
Venice Friends ($100 and up)
Bette Althof, Philip Crotwell, Pat Itter, Jim & Shirley Knight, Maeve & Robert Koch, Craig Kridel, David & Carol Kurlowich, Jamie McCulloch, Buford Norman & Elizabeth Joiner, Kenneth Perkins, Louis E. and Mary Helen Spradlin, Anonymous
London Friends ($50 and up)
Kathleen Chartier, David & Erika Cutler, Peter & Mary Hoyt, Jessica Kross, Carolyn Hadfield, J. B. Morton, Thrivent Financial
Leipzig Friends (Under $50)
James E. Barr, Katherine Burch in honor of the performers, Lynsey Cichon, Karen Hellwig in honor of Bette Althof, Pat Itter, and Mary Barbara Ruschkofski, Charles J. Maddox Jr, Curtis Rogers, Kerry Stubbs, Karen K. Tebrich, Louisa Tobias, Sarah Frances Williams, David M. & Loretta Winburn
The Braddock Group, iSite Multimedia, Microsoft, Pine Press Printing, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, University of South Carolina School of Music
Christopher Berg, Philip Crotwell, Jerry Curry, David & Erika Cutler, Peter Hoyt, Jim & Shirley Knight, Holly Neuffer
We are grateful to the University of South Carolina School of Music for use of the Recital Hall and rehearsal spaces through support from an anonymous donor, and to all of our corporate sponsors for their financial support.
Columbia Baroque is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
This project was supported by a grant from the Knight Foundation Fund at Central Carolina Community Foundation.