Julius Baer: current partnerships
Current partnerships include: Lucerne Festival at the Piano; Verbier Festival; International Opera Studio, Zurich Opera House; Orpheum Foundation for the Advancement of Young Soloists in Zurich (all in Switzerland); Städel Museum in Frankfurt; the British Museum exhibition ‘Ancient lives, new discoveries’; the National Theatre production ‘King Lear’ (all in London) as well as the Sovereign Asian Art Prize in Hong Kong.
We are delighted to be able to include the National Youth Choir of Great Britain in our list of partnerships for 2014.
Through these commitments the Bank contributes to making cultural diversity accessible to a wider public.
For more information, visit www.juliusbaer.com/Sponsoring
Origins and scope of the Julius Baer Foundation
The Julius Baer Foundation was established in 1965 on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Bank. Over the years, both the scope of activities and the geographic reach have changed. Today, it funds projects for the benefit of children and young adults, inspiring activities in Switzerland and around the world. The foundation currently supports ten charity projects in ten countries.
More information can be found at www.juliusbaer-foundation.org