Give the Gift of Music

For 50 years, the ISO has been delivering high-quality symphonic music to the central Florida community. Join in the support of the 50th Season of excellence by aligning your company with central Florida’s only community orchestra.

Partnership with the ISO enhances your company’s brand reputation, builds relationships with your target demographic and provides exclusive partner amenities. The symphony represents:

  • Nearly $1 million in economic impact

  • 27 FTE jobs for local artists

  • More than 20,000 patrons annually

Join the pARTnership Movement

Download the Imperial Symphony Orchestra’s Corporate Partnership brochure to find out how partnering with the ISO is good business.

Thank you to 18/19 partners for supporting the work of the ISO!

Season Partners

Southeastern UniversitySouthern Homes | WONN/WPCV/WLKF/WWRZ Radio | Hilda Sutton & William D. Blanton Foundation | The Verner Foundation

Concert Partners

Hauger Bunch Realtors | Radiology & Imaging Specialists

Night at the Opera Sponsors

Presenting: George W. Jenkins Fund within GiveWell Community Foundation | Visit Central Florida
Supporting: Hilda Sutton & William D. Blanton Foundation | Glenn W. & Hazelle Paxson-Morrison Foundation
Leading RoleGray Robinson, P.A.
ComprimarioGMF Structural | Heath Funeral Chapel & Crematory | OMS Group
Partner: The Interesting Conversations Company
Transportation Sponsor: Regal Honda, Chevrolet, Kia, Acura and GMC Truck

School Day Performances

Lakeland ElectricSaddle Creek Corporation



Support for rehearsal and performance space provided through the City of Lakeland Cultural Activities Fund • Sponsored in part by the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture and the State of Florida • Supported in part through a partnership with Florida Southern College Department of Music • Marketing and promotion sponsorship provided through grants from Visit Central Florida and the Arts Culture and Heritage Committee of the Tourist Development Council