Your advertisement with the CCSO – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization – not only repeatedly reaches a discerning audience with your message but also demonstrates your commitment to quality artistic and educational programs and will help ensure the Corpus Christi Symphony’s continued success.
Our regular season program has a circulation of about 8,500 for the six subscription concerts.
Advertisers have the option of adding advertisements to two Corpus Christi Area Youth Orchestra programs as well as our “Pops in the Park” event.
Click the link below for our 2016-2017 Special Events program book ad contract. Guidelines and specifications for ad artwork files also is available.
Completed contracts can be emailed to CCSO at email@example.com.
Please contact the symphony office at 361.882.2717 with any questions or concerns.
Our attendance grew by more than 110 percent last season as 13,000 people enjoyed quality symphonic music with the CCSO.
The regular symphony season features six regular subscription season concerts. Patrons to these events are typically educated, sophisticated and have a high appreciation for the finer things in life. Many of our regular attendees are business professionals and community leaders in the Coastal Bend Region.
The circulation of program books (and your advertisement!) is about 8,500 for our six subscription concerts.
The third concert in our series this season will be our annual “Home for the Holidays” showcase, featuring the Corpus Christi Chorale and the Del Mar Master Chorus. This event has become a Coastal Bend family tradition and was a sold-out show last year, putting CCSO programs in the hands of nearly 1,400 attendees of all ages, backgrounds and interests.
We once again will cap our season with “Pops in the Park,” a fun, family-friendly presentation of popular tunes and a grand fireworks display at Whataburger Field. It’s back for the fifth year in a row by popular demand.
Finally, the Corpus Christi Area Youth Orchestra performs two concerts per season, catering to families and friends of young musicians from across the region.