Oklahoma Youth Orchestras Season Program Book is an effective advertising option for local businesses and college/university music programs across the country, and this year we’re digital! Program Books will be shared with our highly-engaged audience at our student performances and events, whether digital or in-person, all season long, from fall 2021 to June 2022, with additional exposure at Oklahoma state music conventions (OkMEA, OBA) and community events.

Our audience represents a key demographic for many businesses and organizations: local, young families with high achieving students. Our families live in the Oklahoma City Metro (OKC, Norman, and Edmond). 80% of our students attend public school while 20% attend private schools or are home schooled. 99% of OKYO graduates attend college or university after their senior year of high school (75% in Oklahoma). 50% of those graduates will study music (performance, education, therapy, etc.), and others will study engineering, technology, business, and medicine.

If you are interested in advertising in the 2021-2022 Program Book, please contact Iris Gracia by October 15, 2021 or reserve your space HERE.

We provide additional advertising, brand promotion, and audience engagement opportunities to our Sponsors, details HERE.

Special Discount for Parent Referrals
Would your business or employer like to have an advertisement featured in our season’s Program Book? Ads for the 2021-22 Book are for sale now and we will offer a 10% discount on ads placed at the recommendation of a parent or guardian of a current student in our programs – just indicate which parent referred you when you fill out your ad order form and we can apply your discount!

Family Ads
Families of OKYO students also have the option to place ads for their students in celebration of their achievements! These are available at a reduced rate for both 1/8 and 1/4 page ads and include a custom design. All you need to do is reserve your ad space HERE and send any pictures and text you would like to appear to Iris Gracia by Oct. 15, 2021.