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Corporate Engagement

Garsington Opera provides corporate supporters and their guests with an unforgettable evening of first-class opera in our award-winning Opera Pavilion at Wormsley, home of the Getty family.

Garsington Opera welcomes commitment from corporate members to enable us to continue producing opera of the highest quality.

For over three decades, Garsington Opera has been a beacon of artistic excellence, showcasing world-class opera productions, first at the home of Leonard Ingrams and since 2011 within the idyllic setting of Wormsley.

By aligning your corporate values with Garsington Opera, you not only demonstrate your commitment to fostering cultural vibrancy but also underscore your dedication to community and the arts.

Corporate membership starts at £3,500 with entertainment and access opportunities to suit your interests along with a generous ticket entitlement.

Corporate members are acknowledged in the Season Programme and are offered a bespoke package of entertainment and ticket packages as well as opportunities to get behind the scenes of our productions.

Your Impact

Your corporate support extends far beyond the stage. It actively contributes to the socio-cultural fabric of our community, facilitating access to the arts for diverse audiences. Our GO Participate programme inspires young people and creates lasting bonds between the arts and our local communities.

Explore the many ways in which your corporate involvement with Garsington Opera can make a lasting impact:

Under a large, glowing gold circle, a group of people in white flowing clothes gather in a pyramid, looking up to the man stood at it's top. An image from Garsington Opera's 2022 production of 'Orfeo' by Monteverdi.

Artistic Excellence

Align your brand with world-class performances. Your support helps us stage productions that inspire and captivate audiences, showcasing your commitment to excellence. You can support an entire production or a single evening’s performance, on an exclusive basis or shared with other production supporters.

A large group of primary aged children in green uniforms follow behind a man in black t-shirt in a disorderly line, waving their hands in the air and smiling.


Invest in the future by contributing to our GO Participate programme. Your partnership enables us to provide invaluable training and mentorship opportunities to emerging artists and engage young people in the transformative world of opera.

A man in a yellow top in a wheelchair gives a thumbs up to teh camera, surrounded by five other people all smiling and waving at the camera. An image from Garsington Opera's 2021 production of 'Weather the Storm' by Orlando Gough.

Community Engagement

Strengthen your corporate citizenship by supporting our community out-reach initiatives. Garsington Opera brings the joy of opera to diverse audiences, fostering a sense of unity and cultural enrichment.

For more information or to discuss your support please contact Bryony Benstead, Head of Philanthropy, or 01494 376037.