What your donation means to us
For £50: Your donation could pay for continual professional development training for our musicians, to ensure that the work they continue to carry out as part of our education programme is of the highest quality for our participants.
A donation of £50 could also go towards the hire costs for musical scores or even an unusual instrument at one of our concerts.
For £100: Your donation could enable schoolchildren to play an instrument for the first time through our ‘try an instrument’ session as part of our ‘All About Roots’ education project in Lambeth primary schools.
A donation of £100 could also go towards digitising old films of the Philharmonia Orchestra making musical history with some of the world’s finest musicians, so that they may be preserved for posterity.
For £250: Your donation could pay for an INSET training session with Philharmonia musicians for up to 40 teachers.
A donation of £250 could also go towards the running of our pre-concert talk series, which provides a deeper insight into our concerts.
For £500: Your donation could enable 100 school children to experience a Philharmonia concert as part of the ‘Passport to Music’ education programme.
A donation of £500 could also go towards the running of our Music of Today series, which offers a range of new musical experiences and discoveries.
Why not become a Friend of the Philharmonia?
The Friends of the Philharmonia was founded in 1982 to create a members club for the valued, loyal patrons of the Philharmonia Orchestra. Throughout the last 25 years the Friends scheme has expanded to over 2,000 members and offers an exclusive set of benefits to those who join, giving unique insight into the inner workings of the orchestra. Our Friends get to know the members of the Philharmonia Orchestra from a truly different perspective.
Please call 020 7921 3918 or email Jonathan Kuhles if you would like to discuss your donation.