Help us fund creative concert experiences and the technology we need to bring new visions of classical music to life for more people.
Classical music is battling for relevance - often viewed as elitist and lacking in diversity and accessibility. Innovative concert experiences offer a bridge to classical music that can ignite the passion of new audiences and inspire the next generation of virtuosic musicians.
These projects, however, are often cost-prohibitive to produce for Southbank Sinfonia, and we require additional funds to upgrade the infrastructure at our beautiful home, St John's Smith Square, so that we can offer concerts of this type on a regular and sustainable basis, removing the cost of rented equipment.
Please help Southbank Sinfonia at St John's Smith Square to champion the joys and benefits of classical music to even more people, funding the innovative projects, collaborations, and technologies which make possible experiences like our space-themed #ConcertLab: The Night Sky, and our concert-film production of The Snowman. Here's a reminder of our 2019 #ConcertLab, Flux, and all that can be made possible.
Your donations make a huge difference, supporting the creativity and technology needed to embrace new audiences and inspire all music-lovers to step through our doors at St John's Smith Square.
Music has the power to change lives for the better, and together we have the power to share it in all its shapes and forms.
Your support could fund...
£100 - 4x tickets for those attending through social prescribing
£350 - A sign language interpreter for a relaxed storytelling concert
£600 - A 'Musical Zoo' workshop for children aged 4-10
£1,000 - #ConcertLab folk arrangements for the orchestra
£2,000 - A creative director for more projects like #ConcertLab
£2,500 - A set of 6 indoor/outdoor uplighters
£5,250 - Production fees for more concert series like 'The Snowman'
£10,000 - Our own industry-standard projection equipment
How to donate
Account name: Southbank Sinfonia
Account details: 90548170
Sort code: 20-94-48
IBAN GB57 BUKB 2094 4890 5481 70
For more information about the Music Director's Appeal and to discuss ways you might like to help, contact Robert Grisbrook, Head of Philanthropy at robert[AT]southbanksinfonia[DOT]co[DOT]uk or on 020 4553 0772