Bristol Choral Society greatly appreciates the contributions from their Friends and Sponsors, whose financial contributions, large and small, significantly help to continue to maintain the standards of the wonderful concerts the choir is able to perform.
If you would like to become a Friend, Benefactor or Patron of Bristol Choral Society and help to ensure that our great choral tradition continues, please contact Ann Butterfield on 0117 949 6551, email firstname.lastname@example.org or download a supporters form and return it, completed, to the address given.
Friends are invited to make an annual donation of at least £30 (single) or £45 (joint) for which they receive free mailing of the season’s brochure; an acknowledgement in all programmes and brochures; invitations to social events and attendance at a specified rehearsal. They are also invited to the informal receptions at concert intervals.
Benefactors are invited to make a donation of a minimum of £200 for which they receive the benefits above and also two concessionary tickets for three of our concerts and half-price admission to our Come and Sing events.
Patrons are invited to contribute a minimum of £500 and will be eligible for two complimentary tickets to each of our four main concerts, free admission to our Come and Sing events as well as the benefits above.
Sponsorship for specific concerts is warmly welcomed, from individuals or companies.
Due recognition will be given in publicity materials.
Please contact Ann Butterfield on 0117 949 6551 or email email@example.com to discuss options or to find out about becoming a sponsor of Bristol Choral Society.
Our corporate sponsors
Bristol Choral Society is extremely grateful to The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, Paragon Concert Society, Quartet Community Foundation and Spielman Charitable Trust for their generous support for the choir’s outreach programme, apprentice scheme and work with children and young people in the Bristol area. This has enabled Bristol Choral Society to:
- Present a concert in Colston Hall involving 350 children from 10 primary schools and Orchard School with professional musicians
- Offer the apprentice scheme free of charge to the young people
- Subsidise tickets for young people attending the choir’s concerts