Why your support matters
Our work costs £60,000 a year. The musicians we support pay a heavily subsidised fee towards the Mentorships and Visiting Professor Series masterclasses and we need to raise funds to cover the rest. We receive no public funding and rely solely on support from trusts and individuals who care about the future of chamber music.
By joining our Supporters Circle, you can play an essential role in helping us bridge this financial gap. Our overheads are low – we have no office or full-time staff – so your money will go directly to helping the musicians.
£40 – £249
- Notice of masterclass and concert dates
- A half-yearly e-newsletter from CS Artistic Director, Richard Ireland, with news and updates
- Your donation will help the next generation of UK chamber musicians
£250 – £499
- The benefits of a Sunrise Supporter plus:
- A reception to meet mentors and chamber ensembles
- Your name listed on the website and in programmes (unless you prefer not)
£500 – £999
- The benefits of a Spring Supporter plus:
- Priority booking for Hall One Masterclass events
- Opportunity to meet Artistic Director, Richard Ireland, for a discussion about future CS plans
- The benefits of a Razumovsky Supporter plus:
- Opportunity to focus your support on a specific event or project, hear about its inception and development, and talk with those participating
- Your support will be credited against the event on the website and on any relevant material (unless you prefer not)
You can also support ChamberStudio via easyfundraising, through which money is donated to us from online retailers when you shop with them at no extra cost to you. Click here for more information.
Alternatively you can make a one-off donation to ChamberStudio via MyDonate – click here for our charity page.
ChamberStudio is a registered company in England and Wales no.7847197, and a registered charity no. 1145544. Its registered address is 86A Florence Road, London N4 4DP.
Trustees: Philip Carne (Chairman), Simon Cook, Janet Hilton, Margaret Lewisohn, Simon Rowe and Amy Tress.