Are you a patron of the arts seeking a unique legacy opportunity in Boston? Consider this exclusive offer. A $6 million donation
on the weekend of October 15-17, 2010 will allow you to put your name on the new performance complex at The Boston Conservatory
, Boston's prestigious independent performing arts college
offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in music
, dance and musical theater
Naturally, that's not all - you'll also get private round-trip jet transport for two from anywhere in the world, limo transfers to and from exclusive hotel Taj Boston
and two nights accommodations in the Presidential Suite. Amenities include 24-hour butler service and a new Jaguar
XS to enjoy during your stay and take with you or garage in Boston with lifetime valet parking at Taj Boston. You'll also enjoy access to the exclusive ribbon cutting and grand opening events
, including guided tours of "your" new theater with a VIP reception, tickets to opening night and a post-performance Champagne
and dessert reception, lifetime tickets to all Boston Conservatory performances arranged by the Taj concierge
staff, a collection of commemorative items including an engraved Christofle sterling silver platter, etched Tiffany Champagne glasses and a magnum of Cristal Champagne Rose and a festive farewell Sunday Champagne Brunch on The Roof at Taj Boston.
Don't care to shell out the full $6 million? There's a less pricey option! How about the $4 million package? You won't get the private jet package or the car, but you can enjoy the naming rights for the Main Stage Theater only as well as two nights in your choice of Luxury
Suite or Park View room accommodations, limo transfer to and from all Conservatory events, a welcome amenity of Champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries, and butler service throughout your stay. You will also enjoy access to the ribbon cutting, opening night, VIP reception and private after-party.
Payment for packages with naming rights will be divided between The Boston Conservatory and Taj Boston. Payment to The Boston Conservatory ($5 million for theater building naming rights or $3 million for the main stage theater auditorium naming rights) will be applied to the Conservatory's capital campaign and used to fund part of the $32 million theater building construction project. Payment to Taj Boston ($1 million) will be used to cover hotel and added expenses, with the remainder applied to the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust formed in 2008 to provide hope and healing to victims of terror, war, natural disasters and other events that disrupt life.
To book the packages, contact Claude Dubois at Taj Boston, 617-536-6700. Naturally, neither package includes taxes or gratuity.