For over 5 years, the Chamber Dance Project has been creating extraordinary experiences in contemporary ballet and live music in DC. The result is a true collaboration between dancers and live musicians with resounding response and standing ovations from our audiences. Led by award-winning choreographer, Diane Coburn Bruning, the company has been gaining major support for foundations and corporations. Let us collaborate with your company to promote your brand, entertain clients and support the arts in your community. We offer behind the scenes, up close experiences in a way that only a cutting-edge arts organization can. Let us work with you to develop a custom sponsorship and benefit package.

Chamber Dance Project, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) organization with a Federal Tax ID 13-4109515.


If your company is interested in exploring sponsorship opportunities with the most exciting new arts organization to arrive on the Washington arts scene in years, please contact Ellie Hardwick at 202.499.2297 or

Special Events

Our two largest annual events are our Spring Gala and our June Opening Night and Summer Solstice Party. We also have smaller events for major donors throughout the year.

Sponsorships available from $1,000 to $25,000


Companies can choose one performance or season sponsorships.

Sponsorships available from $5,000 to $25,000

New Works Fund

Supports contemporary voices in music and dance.

Sponsorships available from
$1,000 to $25,000

Artist Sponsors

Sponsor a dancer or a musician.

Sponsorships available from $500 to $5,000

Education Programs

We provide access to those in the community who would not otherwise be afforded the opportunity through our ticket donation program.

Sponsorships available from $500 to $5,000

In-kind Support

Budget relieving in-kind support includes goods and services such as printing services, transportation and accommodations for visiting artists.

“Just an incredible evening!! The experience of being a sponsor FAR exceeded the expectations that anyone could imagine what fun the evening would provide. Learning about the history of the theatre during our backstage tour along with the one on one conversations with the incredible performers post show gave us such intimate exposure that is still being talked about amongst those that attended. Sponsoring this event has allowed us to differentiate ourselves in a very competitive client relations industry.”

Aubrey J Rosser III – Northwestern Mutual


Header Photo

Dan Roberge, Jonathan Jordan, and Ryan Carlough in Songs by Cole
Mariah Miranda Photography