The Anghiari Festival has grown over the years to encompass a vast range of performances in stunning and unusual settings and to enable wide audiences of visitors, residents and locals to experience truly exceptional music. For Southbank Sinfonia’s young players, presenting a week of diverse programmes is a significant but rewarding challenge and a true highlight of their year with us.
We are committed to presenting an open and inclusive programme (in Anghiari and in London) with almost all concerts and events free to attend. However, as the scope of the festival increases year on year, so inevitably do the costs. We do not receive any ticket income from the festival as this goes to the local hosts: their support is vital and we remain truly grateful for the help they give us, in particular providing accommodation for the players. Unlike many similar festivals, this is not a commercial venture and Southbank Sinfonia’s core mission is to provide vital training and support for talented musicians as they embark on their careers.
It costs Southbank Sinfonia € 50,000 per year to run the Anghiari Festival. This includes:
Please contribute what you can to collectively ensure the future success of the festival. Donors giving £150 and over will be acknowledged as members of the Anghiari Circle.
Donations can be made:
Account name: Southbank Sinfonia
Account details: 90548170
Sort code: 20-94-48
IBAN: GB48 BARC 2094 4890 5481 70
For more information on how the festival is run and how you can contribute, please contact Claire Goddard, Development Director on 020 7921 0377 or claire[AT]southbanksinfonia[DOT]co[DOT]uk.
David & Liz Abraham
Keith & Julie Attfield
Madina and David Aylen
Michael Berman & Katharine Verney
Lord Black of Brentwood & Mr Mark Bolland
Imogen & Stuart Brown
Peter & Anne-Sophie Capel
Andrew & Charmian Chojnicki
Val & Paul Goss
Frank & Chris Judd
Mark & Sara Payne
John & Judy Polak
Lady Barbara Roberts
Nick and Sarah Roberts
Duncan Sutherland & Laura Norris
David Wagner & John Maloney
Nigel & Kay-Marie Wallace
As well as those who wish to remain anonymous