By supporting Hellensmusic, you will become part of a festival that strives to create and develop opportunities for all ages and backgrounds to experience and explore music and exceptional music making to the fullest.
You will help us to present world class concerts in Herefordshire at an affordable cost; to deliver free music education to local children, through workshops proven to spark their curiosity, develop their attention span, and expand their imagination; to fund a master-class programme unique in its approach, with mentoring that has inspired dozens of young professional musicians to fulfil their greater potential. Your sustained support will enable us to further our work and widen its reach in the community.
You can join our Supporters Programme by becoming a:
(£60 a year)
Free Festival Programme
Acknowledgment on website and Festival Programme
Complimentary drink at interval
(£150 a year)
All benefits of Friend plus:
10% discount on Hellensmusic tickets
Access to a rehearsal
A CD from one of our artists
(£420 a year)
All benefits of Patron plus:
Exclusive dinner with the artists during the festival
Two complimentary tickets to a Hellensmusic concert of your choice
Make a donation today and your support will go directly towards the work we do here at Hellensmusic.
Don’t forget to gift aid it!
Gift Aid allows us to claim an extra 25p from the Inland Revenue for every pound that a UK tax payer gives us, at no extra cost to you. Simply tick the Gift Aid box on our donations platform.
If you think there are other ways in which you can make a difference, please email us at email@example.com
We would like to say a big thank you to all our donors and regular supporters who have generously contributed to Hellensmusic over the years:
Mickey and Christine Boel, William A Cadbury Charitable Trust, Johnny and Fausta Eskenazi, Oscar and Margaret Lewisohn, Frances McGarry, Nathaniel and Nili de Rothschild, Charmian Mocatta, Marc and Julie Saint John, Katie and James Scott, Kathleen White.
Uberto Pasolini, Yvonne Smith, David Fowler, Kathy and David Mowle.
Peter Arscott, Alan Cowie Johanna David, Martin Drury, Huw Evans, Duncan Finlyson, Kaz and Bruce Ginsberg, Roger Graef, Linda Horniblow, Marco Niada, Susan Richards, Tarfa Saigol, James Scott, Josephine Sheridan, Lindsay Stainton, Stephen Turner, Josie Watson, Shelagh Wynn.
Tomoko Ando, Peter Carter, David Chadwick, Ellen Dahrendorf, Susan Dalton, Minouche Daniels, Jacqueline Denman, Patricia Drury, Christophe Gollut, Mike Harrison, Paula Harvard, Hilary Herdman, Bernard Hill, Jane James, Clive Jupp, Simon Macdonald, Alexander Malmaeus, Kazuhiro Marumo, Isabel Molina, Ursula Owen, Gilly Powell, Richard Price, Anna Revell, Elizabeth Rolph, Reg Rowland.