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Britten Sinfonia has been playing outstanding concerts to audiences across the UK and the rest of the world for over twenty years.

Renowned for our ambitious and innovative artistic programme that combines traditional repertoire with commissioned new works from the world's greatest living composers, we perform up to 100 concerts a season reaching more than 40,000 people every year. Thousands of young people participate in our Creative Learning sessions and the most talented young musicians from the east of England are given the chance to develop their exceptional musical skills in our Academy.

Everything we do - each and every concert, project, collaboration and partnership - benefits from the generosity and support of dedicated donors, who choose to become a part of the orchestra they love by giving an amount they can afford.

Every gift, large or small, counts.

Everyone who supports us gets a huge thank you and a range of rewards for their generosity. You’ll have the opportunity to get closer to the orchestra and experience more than just our concerts.

Give to Britten Sinfonia and discover what it’s like to become a part of your orchestra.

 

Friends

Give £50+ and become a Friend: your donation will support all of Britten Sinfonia's activities, and help us thrive into the future. Click here for more information.

Chair Partners

Give £500+ or £1,001+ and become a Chair Partner: your crucial gift will contribute to our future successes, enable us to continue to perform to the highest standards and as a token of our thanks, you will benefit from a truly personalised experience. Click here for more information

Sinfonia Circle

Give £1,001+ per project and be part of our Sinfonia Circle: direct your generous support to the area of our work you are most passionate about and ensure our projects continue to be world-class. Click here for more information

Musically Gifted

At Britten Sinfonia we love commissioning and performing new music. It’s at the heart of our concerts – mixing the well-known with the new, the classical with the non-classical. We commission some of the world’s most acclaimed composers, alongside those who are at the very start of their careers. Thanks to Musically Gifted, you too can help us make new music. Whether for yourself or as a unique gift for someone special you can help us commission new music.

For more information visit the Musically Gifted website.

 

 

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Barbara Hannigan in Focus II : Songs of Vienna

Wiltshire Music Centre, Bradford on Avon
01 May 2015 7:30pm

Love, loss and longing abound in this programme of late Romantic music.

Barbara Hannigan in Focus II : Songs of Vienna

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
02 May 2015 7:30pm

Love, loss and longing abound in this programme of late Romantic music.

Barbara Hannigan in Focus I : Stravinsky & Neo-classicism

Town Hall, Birmingham
05 May 2015 7:30pm

A programme featuring Stravinsky's finest neo-classical repertoire alongside works by Haydn and Mozart.

Barbara Hannigan in Focus I : Stravinsky & Neo-classicism

Barbican Hall, London
06 May 2015 7:30pm

A programme featuring Stravinsky's finest neo-classical repertoire alongside works by Haydn and Mozart.

Barbara Hannigan in Focus II : Songs of Vienna

Milton Court Concert Hall (Barbican), London
07 May 2015 7:30pm

Love, loss and longing abound in this programme of late Romantic music.

Barbara Hannigan in Focus I : Stravinsky & Neo-classicism

Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden
09 May 2015 7:30pm

A programme featuring Stravinsky's finest neo-classical repertoire alongside works by Haydn and Mozart.

Mountains and Waves: Wave Movements

Barbican Hall, London
10 May 2015 7:30pm

Britten Sinfonia perform the world premiere of Wave Movements by Bryce Dessner and Richard Reed Parry.

Barbara Hannigan in Focus I : Stravinsky & Neo-classicism

Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, Brighton
12 May 2015 7:30pm

A programme featuring Stravinsky's finest neo-classical repertoire alongside works by Haydn and Mozart.

Aylsham Festival 2015

Parish Church, Aylsham
26 May 2015 7:30pm

A quartet from Britten Sinfonia return to Aylsham Festival with a programme including Purcell and Mozart.

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