Marty Erzinger, the Denver-area philanthropist and patron of the arts, has announced a corporate sponsorship of Central City Opera’s 2020 “Le Petit” L’Esprit de Noël Holiday Home Tour, taking place virtually for the first time in 44 years from the Fisher Mansion in Denver, Colorado.
This generous sponsorship comes at a time when Central City Opera (CCO) and its volunteer-led Guild have had to pivot its operations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, a development that has forced a shift from lively, in-person events, galas, and concerts to virtual, online ones. Historically, CCO has facilitated its signature fundraising events in person with home tours, art exhibitions, and festivals–all of which have become Denver traditions.
Now, however, Central City Opera has had to adapt to a new paradigm of social distancing while still working passionately to preserve and promote the arts in Colorado.
Critical Support from Sanctuary Advisors
A long-time supporter of Central City Opera and the performing arts scene in Colorado, Martin ‘Marty’ Erzinger and his wife Suzie, former president of the CCO Guild, made the decision to go ‘all in’, opting for the ‘Presenting Sponsor’ contribution level. This sponsorship will help to finance the production and distribution of the Le Petit L’Esprit Holiday Home Tour video, which will showcase the historical significance of the William G. Fisher Mansion.
Marty and Suzie Erzinger’s charitable contribution to the Central City Opera Guild is being proffered under the auspices of Sanctuary Advisors, wealth management, and investment services provider of which Marty is a founding member.
Original Story on Marty Erzinger at WFMJ.com.