Brecon Baroque: Festival Futures Fund
Please click our JustGiving button to read about the special campaign we have launched to combat the difficulties of 2020 and to ensure the continuation of the festival’s work in music making, mentoring early career musicians and community projects into 2021 and beyond.
Alternatively, contact Festival Producer Alison Giles on 07971 840 672 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your consideration.
All donations to Brecon Baroque Festival are made via The Brecon Beacons Music Trust, registered charity no 1172155.
You can also support Brecon Baroque Festival by becoming a Friend, Patron or general donor. All details are below.
Become a friend or patron of the Brecon Baroque Festival
In acknowledgement of their support, Friends and Patrons receive:
- A priority booking period, to secure their choice of seats before public booking opens
- Invitations to a Summer Party and our popular Festival Reception, with Rachel and the musicians
- Festival Newsletters
- A name credit (unless anonymity is preferred) in the Festival programme book
Become a Festival Donor
All donations are greatly appreciated, whether one off, or supported by a Standing Order for annual or monthly contributions.
Please download and send us your completed donation form.
If you would like to explore the possibility of making a gift towards a particular concert or a particular aspect of the Festival’s work, or of remembering the Festival in your will, please get in touch with Alison Giles, email@example.com, 07971 840 672.
We are always pleased to acknowledge our donors in the Festival programme book, unless anonymity is preferred.
Become a Brecon Baroque Festival volunteer
Most of the work involved in putting on the Brecon Baroque Festival is carried out by volunteers. More are always welcome! If you can help in any way during the Festival itself, or throughout the year in preparation for the Festival, please do contact us.
If you have any questions about supporting Brecon Baroque Festival please don’t hesitate to get in touch.