Britten Sinfonia is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner supported by PPL:
TRUSTS AND FOUNDATIONS
Britten Sinfonia is grateful to a range of Trusts and Foundations and Statutory bodies who share our vision of what an orchestra can be, and support us in delivering our programmes.
Grants are typically made to either support core funding, or they are directed towards a specific programme activity, for example; supporting a concert series in a particular venue, funding our fantastic Learning & Participation work, helping us commission new music, developing talent etc.
We administer multiple grants, and have robust reporting and governance systems, enabling us to be fully accountable to grant making bodies.
If our work is of interest to you and you would like to know more, please contact Nick Brealey, Development Director: [email protected] or call Nick on 01223 341 014.
Angus Allnatt Charitable Foundation
The Anthony and Elizabeth Mellows Charitable Settlement
The Amphion Foundation
Barbara Whatmore Charitable Trust
Cambridge City Council
Cambridgeshire Music Partnership
Cockayne – Grants for the Arts
The London Community Foundation
The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
The Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation
The Fidelio Charitable Trust
Garfield Weston Foundation
The Hinrichsen Foundation
The Irving Memorial Trust
John Ellerman Foundation
John Jarrold Trust
The Lord Belstead Charitable Trust
The Marchus Trust
Marsh Christian Trust
Michael Guest Charitable Foundation
The Michael Tippett Musical Foundation
Norfolk & Norwich Festival Bridge
Norfolk Music Hub
Norwich City Council
Peterborough Music Partnership
PRS for Music Foundation
The Public Interest Foundation
The Radcliffe Trust
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust
The Thistle Trust
Thriplow Charitable Trust
William Alwyn Foundation
and others who wish to remain anonymous
Britten Sinfonia is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, and supports their code of being legal, open, honest and respectful in all our fundraising practices.