Let's create opportunities
And a future, you can hear.
To ensure that access to music and its opportunities remains open to EVERY child, participation in the Superar programmes is free of charge.
Without the help of our dedicated supporters, we would not be able to provide children with instruments and our programmes, trips and camps would not be possible. The quality of the music, the visibility on stage combined with a social ethos – this is represented by the founding organisations Wiener Sängerknaben, Wiener Konzerthaus and Caritas of the Archdiocese of Vienna. At Superar we are convinced: Music has the power to change society in a positive way!
Since 1st January 2017, donations in Austria are automatically tax deductible. This means that you can no longer declare your donation to the tax office (Finanzamt) – we will do this for you.
For this we require the following information from you: Please fill out this form and email it to us at email@example.com, or mail it to “Superar, Verein zur Förderung der Musik”, Absberggasse 27/Objekt 19/Stiege 3, 1100 Vienna.
From €15 per month you enable
us to rent one instrument for a child
in our orchestra programme.
Superar at school
From €40 per month you enable
a child in a public school to receive
4 hours of choir training per week.
From €100 per month you enable
a child in our orchestra programme to receive
8 hours of instrumental training per week.
Superar Zeneművészeti Alapítvány Magyarország
Erste Bank Hungary Zrt.
1138 Budapest, Népfürdő u. 24-26.
IBAN: HU18 1160 0006 0000 0000 8339 9235
Udruženje Superar u BIH
Raiffeisen bank d.d. Bosna i Hercegovina
Zmaja od Bosne b.b.
IBAN: BA39 1610 0001 9091 0076
Donations in kind/
Superar is always grateful to receive musical instrument donations. Especially if your instrument has not been played in a long time, is in good condition and you would like to put it to good use. There is always particular demand for string-, woodwind- and percussion instruments.
Superar ensures that your instrument will be made available to a child or young person for the duration of their participation in the Superar programme. During this time, the recipient will keep and play the instrument at their home. When they leave the programme, the instrument will be returned to the Superar inventory and passed on to the next child as soon as possible.
Due to organisational reasons, we are unfortunately unable to receive instruments on loan. Therefore, we only ask for donations which are fully entrusted to the Superar orchestra. Due to data protection legislation, Superar is unable to give detailed information about the use of the donated instrument.