Support CLO

Connecticut Lyric Opera requires the support of numerous individuals and groups to make it successful. We are fortunate in having the support of a number of remarkable individuals.

There is a broad range of opportunities available for you to show your support. Whether you choose to buy tickets for a single event or a season subscription, make an individual contribution, advertise in our Playbill or give of your personal time, you will help provide the essential resources that enable us to continue our mission.

Purchase Tickets
The greatest way to show your support for CLO is to attend as many productions and performances as possible – here’s how.

Individual Contributions
Your tax-deductible contribution, at whatever level, helps make what we do possible, and can offer a wealth of benefits such as prefered seating and invitations to exclusive events.

Playbill Advertising
Our playbill advertising offers companies an opportunity to be presented favorably to some the area’s most influential people while helping CLO enhance the region’s quality of life.

Voluteer Opportunities
Use your talents and special interests and play a vital role for CLO while receiving great benefits in return.

Thank you for sharing our enthusiasm of this most magnificent art form.

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