Chair Partners

“Supporting such a fabulous player like Principal Cellist Caroline Dearnley is thrilling. We know our support really makes a difference.”

Jonathan and Clare Barclay, Principal Chair Partners

Giving acclaimed performances time after time requires a special level of skill. For our players this comes naturally, and their talent and dedication is key to Britten Sinfonia’s success on the world stage.

Your support of our players is crucial to us and is all about closer involvement. You’ll get to know your player and other Britten Sinfonia musicians, and get behind the scenes access by hearing the orchestra in a rehearsal, and invitations to other unique events and opportunities.

You’ll also get access to our priority booking period, and be acknowledged for your support in Britten Sinfonia programmes.

Get closer to Britten Sinfonia by becoming an Orchestra Chair Partner from £500, or one of our Principal Chair Partners from £1,000. Your support will directly underpin the orchestra’s performances.

Making a one off payment

Or you can set up a regular donation

Please do contact us by email if you would like further information or a leaflet to be sent in the post.

 

 

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BBC Proms 2014 - Rufus Wainwright

Royal Albert Hall, London
11 September 2014 10:15pm

Britten Sinfonia once again join Rufus Wainwright on stage for this late night prom

Tavener: Flood of Beauty

Barbican Hall, London
28 September 2014 7:30pm

Britten Sinfonia give the world premiere of John Tavener's last completed concert work.

Kaleidoscopes

Milton Court Concert Hall (Barbican), London
29 September 2014 7:30pm

Nicholas Daniel is the soloist in John Tavener's theatrical oboe concerto, Kaleidoscopes.

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