Benefactors

Benefactors and sponsors at all levels are essential to making the Beerthoven Concert Series sustainable! Consider joining our corporate and individual Benefactors by supporting these events! 

All Benefactors will receive recognition in Beerthoven programs, social media, and our website. Benefactors will also be placed on the Beerthoven mailing list to receive info on upcoming events. Thanks to our memberships with the Austin Creative Alliance and SoFlo Creative Arts, monies and in-kind donations to Beerthoven can be made tax-deductible!*

We don't offer "Gold" or "Executive" membership levels but we do offer the following, more appropriate Benefactor titles:

PILSNER $15-$99

For your cool and refreshing donation, Pilsner Benefactors receive a Beerthoven Bottle Opener and special thanks on our website and printed programs.

HEFEWEIZEN $100-$249

For heartier donations, Hefeweizen Benefactors may receive a Beerthoven Tulip Glass and/or Bottle Opener (exclusive to Benefactors), as well as thanks on our website and printed programs. Donors at this level and higher are eligible to purchase additional tulip glasses for $15 each.

DOPPELBACH $250-499

Doppelbach Benefactors and higher receive double the thanks by being offered any perks described in the levels above as well as an invite to our end-of-season Home Brew—an honest-to-goodness house concert featuring performers from our upcoming season.
Home Brew Events typically take place in mid-June.

PORTER $500-$999

Porter Level Benefactors receive all perks mentioned above as well as a deluxe Growler from Lazarus Brewing.

BREWMASTER $1,000+

Our most supportive Beerthoven aficionados are eligible for all perks listed above as well as a post-concert (Sunday) dinner with the artists from an upcoming season program.

*To make your donation tax-deductible, make a check payable to SoFlo Creative Arts with "Beerthoven" in the memo and mail to Beerthoven Concert Series 2401 Manor Rd. #104 Austin, TX 78722

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Season 05 Benefactors

2018-2019

Pilsner

Linda Cheney

Marsha Green

Bill and Nan Hatcher

Marshall Sack

Joanna Sandford

Karen Standfield

Hefeweizen

Steiger Family

Kent & Catherine Saathoff

Mark & Pam Herber

Michael Harkins

Graham Reynolds

Carla Hartley

Jim Hartley

Richard Gray

Mark and JoAnn Young

Anita Prewitt

Clayton and Cynthia Kepler-Karrer

Doppelbach

John and Kaye Squires

Brice & Cynthia Bartek

Mark & Kiki Corry

Daniel Martaus and Mary Vance

Karl and Dina Steiner

David Stevens

Amber Jonker and
Helen Wiley

PORTER

Martha Hilley

Special thanks to:

Bart Goddard
JB Newhouse
Andrew Perry, Neill-Cochran House


 

Season 04 Benefactors

2017-2018

Pilsner

David B. Miller

Karron Lewis

Mark and Pamela Herber

The Steiger Family

Hefeweizen

Amber Jonker and Helen Wiley

Brice and Cynthia Bartek

Manfred Schiefer

John and Kaye Squires

Steve Morris and Suzan Nyfeler

David Abbs

Karl and Dina Steiner

Martha Hilley

Kent and Sue Saathoff

Jaakko Talvitie and Mollie Hejl

Doppelbach

Charles and Mary Teeple

William Warnick

Kent and Nancy Walls

Mark and JoAnn Young

Porter

Eileen Keller

ideality.com inc

Brewmaster

Beth Dawson


 

Season 03 Benefactors

2016-2017

PILSNER

John Lehman

Danielle Duma

Paul and Amelia Mettke

Bill and Nan Hatcher

Brett Murphy

Neena Arora

Alejandro Medina

Mark and Pamela Herber

Mike and Sara Mosca

Cal and Joy Gooden

Younnie Meglino

Megan Hamilton

HEFEWEIZEN

Eileen Keller

Kent and Nancy Walls

Brice and Cynthia Bartek

Mark and JoAnn Young

Amber Jonker and Helen Wiley

Steve Morris and Suzan Nyfeler

Cynthia Morales

John and Kaye Squires

David Flannigan

BREWMASTER

Dr. Alla Burago

Beth Dawson


Season 02 Benefactors

2015-2016

PILSNER

Laszlo Lazcano

Wally Warrenburg

Garrett Washington

Cal and Joy Gooden

Cheryl Mebane

Victor Shami

HEFEWEIZEN

Nejla Shami

Mark and JoAnn Young

Mollie Hejl

Amber Jonker and Helen Wiley

Henry Leighton

John and Jill McFarland

John and Kaye Squires

BREWMASTER

Alla Burago


 

Season 01

Beerthoven’s first season, and ultimately, it’s existence, simply would not be possible without the initial support of the Austin Saengerrunde. When our founder Daniel Swayze dreamed up the first form of Beerthoven, it was Bart Goddard who saw the same dream of hope and of community and took immeasurable steps to help Beerthoven be born and take its first steps. Much like we all do in life, we are constantly growing to become far more than we were the past year, or ever dreamed of being years ago. It takes a loving environment of people who believe in your mission and passion, and it was Bart Goddard —along with the help of the whole Austin Saengerrunde— that made our dreams come true, ensuring to help Beerthoven grow into more than it conceived of in it’s infancy.

To all of you in the first year that helped us get our start, what words are there to truly express our gratitude? This thing that we’ve become, and that which we dream to grow into, would likely never have been possible without you. From the bottom of our hearts, we are eternally thankful to your generosity, guidance, and sheer will of force to help give us the foundation we needed to open our doors to this local Austin community.

Bless you all, and thank you to each and every board member, volunteer, performer, and of course above all, our audience. We are so blessed to have such a great audience that allows us to push the boundaries of our styles and explore new ventures in which to enrich this community we’re all in.

About the Austin Saengerrunde

In 1852, German settlers in Austin formed a traditional singing group. On February 8, 1879, the group officially organized as a singing society bearing the name "Saengerrunde". The Saengerrunde is the oldest ethnic organization in Austin. The Austin Saengerrunde provides an atmosphere that encourages members and guests to preserve and enjoy the German heritage.

To learn more about this wonderful organization, please visit their website at:

www.saengerrunde.org

 
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