The energy for a better life:
As one of the largest listed companies in Austria, OMV bears a major social responsibility. Among other things, we fulfill this responsibility through our sponsoring activities as well as through projects in the field of corporate sustainability. The sponsorship of OMV covers the areas of sport and culture.
In sports sponsoring, OMV is involved in ski jumping, soccer and running events at regionally important locations in Central and Eastern Europe. In the field of culture, OMV focuses on the cultural exchange between its core markets and supports selected cultural institutions in Austria.
In order to achieve a sustainable effect, long-term partnerships are preferred as well as special projects that we are developing together with our cooperation partners.
For information on sponsorship activities in individual countries, please visit the respective country website.
Ski jumping is a sport of dynamism, excitement and fun that is constantly evolving and moving. OMV promotes the "Eagles" of the Austrian men's team. Thanks to the intensive, long-term and reliable partnership between the ÖSV and OMV, many great achievements in World Championships and Olympic Games could be celebrated together.
OMV is proud to be a long-standing partner in ski jumping and wishes its athletes much success and energy for further highs!
Matthias Walkner ranks among the absolute world class champions in off-road sport. He was the first Austrian to win the motorcycle classification at the Rallye Dakar in 2018, the world’s toughest off-road race.
At the Rallye Dakar 2019, Matthias Walkner, finished second after an incredible performance, despite having a serious injury on his ankle.
Before that, he had already celebrated a victory in the World Rallye Raid Championship in 2015 as well as his first 2nd place in 2017 at the Dakar Rallye as additional career high points.
As an austrian and an international company we are proud to be the premium partner of Matthias Walkner and to support him as well as his team in the very best way possible.
More Information: https://matthiaswalkner.com/
Sport connects and inspires people! Therefore, we renewed our cooperation as a premium partner with the SK Rapid Wien at the beginning of 2019. In doing so, OMV puts a special focus on the support of young and talented upcoming players from SK Rapid Wien.
In addition, this creates extraordinary synergies that benefit our OMV employees. With games of the Rapids first team, as well as the junior teams against various teams from our association of oil and gas municipality of lower Austria, the sport gets support in the region.
Furthermore, the Special Needs Team is an essential part of support and encouragement of mentally disabled people. The "Special Needs Team" is an inherent part of the Rapid Wien family, which is connected with further social and charitable activities of OMV.
more info: https://www.skrapid.at/
OMV is general sponsor of the Vienna State Opera
The Vienna State Opera is one of the world’s most important opera houses. With its first-rate casts, combination of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic, and an extensive repertoire, the opera house on Vienna’s Ring Road is one of a kind and enjoys a superb reputation.
OMV is a general sponsor of the renowned house on Vienna’s Ring Road. Additionally, OMV has supported the development of the live stream WIENER STAATSOPER live at home. Opera lovers around the globe can experience selected opera and ballet productions live from the comfort of their homes.
With this partnership, OMV is providing long-term support to an internationally renowned Austrian cultural institution and – as an internationally operating company – reinforcing its commitment to fostering cultural dialog.
OMV and Gazprom: Project sponsors of grand Russian opera at the Salzburg Festival
The Salzburg Festival celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2020. It was founded in 1920 by poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal, theater and film director Max Reinhardt, composer Richard Strauss, head of the Wiener Staatsoper Franz Schalk, and set designer Alfred Roller. Because, as Hofmannsthal writes, “Salzburg is the heart of the heart of Europe”, and because the founders hoped to heal the wounds of WWI through art and culture. It has grown into a genuine success story in terms of both artistic expression and economics.
In the jubilee year, the Salzburg Festival presents some special pieces and productions. One of the special anniversary productions is the big Russian opera "Boris Godunov", which will be jointly made possible by the two project sponsors OMV and Gazprom and celebrates its premiere on 20 August 2020 in the Great Festival Hall.
“If the Salzburg Festival has a reputation for being the best in the world, then that is also thanks to the many Russian artists who grace our stage every year. As early as 1921, the first members of what was then the Imperial Russian Ballet came from St. Petersburg and captured the hearts of the international guests and foreign and Austrian media. That’s why we see the partnership between the Festival, OMV and Gazprom as an exceptionally welcome and appropriate anniversary gift”, said Helga Rabl-Stadler, President of the Salzburger Festspiele.
OMV is partner of the Leopold Museum
The Leopold Museum is one of the most popular museums in Vienna. OMV is a partner of the museum with important works by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Richard Gerstl, Alfred Kubin and many others.
The cooperation with the Leopold Museum enables international guests, partners and employees to experience one of the most important collections of modern Austrian art of the 19th century and modernity exclusively.
In 2019 OMV is supporting the special exhibition "Oskar Kokoschka - Expressionist, Migrant, European". The exciting and impressive exhibition will be on shown from April 6th until July 8th 2019 at the museum.
OMV is partner of the Wiener Konzerthaus
OMV is a longstanding partner of the Wiener Konzerthaus and the proud sponsor of the 2019/20 season opening with Teodor Currentzis and musicAeterna. Additionally this year, the OMV again supports the cycle “Vorhören” and the concerts “Im Klang”.
For the opening of the season Teodor Currentzis and his ensemble musicAeterna present Mozart's Da Ponte trilogy in half-staged performances at the Wiener Konzerthaus. The solemn beginning - with "revolutionary spirit" and "profound spirituality" - makes Le nozze di Figaro, followed only two days later by the "dangerous mystery drama" Don Giovanni. The end of the Triassic, Così fan tutte, shows that people of flesh and blood and from all social ranks govern Mozart's stage.
The cycle “Vorhören” is highly recommended for families with children. The first part of the concert takes children on a discovery tour through the Wiener Konzerthaus. Special features and puzzles are explored creatively in age-appropriate introductions to the works. In the second part of the concert, parents and children come together and listen to the music parts, that were explained to the children before.
“Im Klang” gives the audience an exceptional music experience. For this concert the members of the Vienna Symphonic are spread out far apart from each other on the ground floor of the Großer Saal, with the concertgoers taking up their seats in between the musicians. This puts the audience in the mid of the sound, allowing them to experience the orchestra closer than ever before.
OMV is a partner of the Austrian National Library
Ludwig van Beethoven: His name stands for a musical oeuvre that today enchants people worldwide. For the 250th birthday of the great composer in 2020, the Austrian National Library will present the special exhibition: “Beethoven. World of the Man and Spark of the Gods”. The exhibition will be open to public by December 19, 2019 – supported by OMV.
Beethoven's encounters with his contemporaries, teachers, musicians and patrons, with women and friends, but also with his family represent his "World of the Man". The exhibition shows this based on numerous original letters from the holdings of the Austrian National Library. Beethoven's original manuscripts of works that are still a big part of the classical canon today, such as the Violin Concerto op. 61, the "Spring Sonata" op. 24 or the String Quartet op. 95 from the holdings of the Austrian National Library, stand for the "Spark of the Gods" of his oeuvre.
OMV has been a partner of the Austrian National Library for several years and has supported this Austrian cultural institution in the past with various exhibitions, as a book sponsor, and with developing the literature museum.
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