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Britten Sinfonia aims to be the international benchmark for the chamber orchestra. Our roots remain in the East of England, a region emerging as major force in contemporary arts. This region, and our Cambridge and Norwich series in particular, is our testing ground for projects with a range of world class composers, performers and conductors, from where we then tour events to other key centres in the UK and abroad.
As well as our concerts, we also have a thriving Creative Learning programme making the orchestra available to the widest possible audience through exciting projects that involve Britten Sinfonia musicians in many settings, from schools to prisons to swimming pools. The programme enables anyone to experience high quality music-making activities, whether they have previous experience of music or not.
These are exciting times for Britten Sinfonia, and there are many ways for companies and funders to become involved in our work. Individuals interested in supporting Britten Sinfonia are invited to browse our various schemes in the Support us section of this site.
For more on our corporate partnership and sponsorship opportunities click here.
We are grateful to the following trusts and foundations for their support:
Angus Allnatt Charitable Trust
Barbara Whatmore Charitable Trust
Bernarr Rainbow Trust
Cambridge City Council
Cambridge Music Partnership
John S Cohen Foundation
Columbia Foundation of the London Community Foundation
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Garrick Charitable Trust
John Jarrold Trust
Kirby Laing Foundation
Margaret Guido Charitable Trust
Marsh Christian Trust
Norfolk County Council
Norfolk Music Hub
Norwich City Council
Norwich Town Close Estate Charitable Trust
Peterborough Music Partnership
PRS for Music Foundation
Roger Vere Foundation
Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust
South Norfolk Council
The Royal Norwegian Embassy
William Alwyn Foundation
Southampton, Norwich and Cambridge
24 - 27 September 2015
American pianist Jeremy Denk joins Britten Sinfonia to direct a vibrant programme of music from two of history’s greatest composers, J. S. Bach and Stravinsky.