Your business or organization can help underwrite the cost of producing and distributing Sunday Baroque to a national audience. More than a quarter million loyal listeners tune in to the program each week to hear the program on large and small market stations including Seattle and Sacramento, Tampa and Tallahassee, Phoenix and Pittsburgh, Las Vegas and Louisville, Cincinnati and Chattanooga, and many more vibrant cities across the United States where listeners are passionate about their public radio stations. Current underwriters include Domaine Carneros. Find out how underwriting the national broadcast of Sunday Baroque can support your business or organization's efforts to connect with the public radio audience nationwide. To learn more, please provide us with your contact information and we will be in touch with more details.
The Friends of Sunday Baroque is a group of donors - individuals and foundations - who love Sunday Baroque and make significant donations to fund the production and national distribution of the program. Members of the Friends of Sunday Baroque contribute a minimum of $5,000 annually and receive nation on-air recognition on the program acknowledging their tax deductible financial support. Current members include The Shilling Family Foundation, The Inisfad Foundation, The Maurer Family Foundation, Dr. Louis Pieper and the Richard P. Garmany Fund at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. To learn more, please provide us with your contact information and we will be in touch with more details.
We strongly encourage you to support the broadcast of Sunday Baroque on your LOCAL public radio station by contributing directly to their operations. Your station may pay a small fee to broadcast the program, and it is important for them to receive funding and feedback from listeners like you in support of Sunday Baroque. However, some local stations do not carry the program and therefore many listeners rely on the Sunday Baroque online audio stream and the iTunes app to hear the program. If you would like to contribute directly to the production of Sunday Baroque, we welcome your support with gratitude.