We create thrilling experiences in music
Donate to help ensure a bright future for orchestral music
Public funding for education and the arts is declining. This makes it increasingly challenging for us to carry out our work and enrich people’s lives with thrilling experiences in music. The Philharmonia is constantly developing and delivering a broad programme of activities that brings music to local communities across the UK and helps emerging artists start successful careers.
Your gift, whether one-time or recurring, makes a vital difference.
Donate today and help us enrich lives with music.
£5 a month could help offer free Open Rehearsal tickets for young and aspiring musicians from backgrounds that are currently underrepresented in professional orchestras.
£10 a month could enable a whole class of 30 children and their teachers to attend an Orchestra Unwrapped school concert and experience an orchestra for the very first time.
£25 a month could help to provide lessons with Philharmonia players for members of our emerging artist programme.
£50 a month could help us run creative sessions of our award-winning Hear and Now project that brings children and adults living with dementia together to create and perform.
More than 50,000 people attended our concerts, workshops and performances during our 2021/22 season.
3,985 children and 578 teachers attended Orchestra Unwrapped school concerts last season, most experiencing a live orchestra for the very first time.
25.7 million views
Our video series on YouTube introducing the different instruments of the orchestra to date reached 25.7 million views to date.
Your support makes a vital contribution to the sustainability of our work, and making a Gift Aid declaration makes your support go even further. As a registered charity that is also registered with the Fundraising Regulator, we make sure that your support has the greatest possible impact.
Speak to a member of our Development team to find out more:
Tel: (+44) 020 7921 3903
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