Fundraising with Brandenburg
In recent years the Brandenburg Choral Festival has been helping to raise funds and awareness for some amazing causes. Our fundraising initiative offers small to medium-sized charitable organisations the opportunity to raise funds by selling tickets for a concert of their choice to their supporters. The charities retain a percentage (50% for most concerts) of the value of the tickets they sell. Tickets for most concerts are priced at £18. Reception opportunities are usually available during the concert intervals and charities can purchase tickets at the 50% rate if they wish to entertain major donors or volunteers.
There is no financial commitment to sell tickets and, because we do all the event organisation, the charity isn't burdened with a huge workload.
Over 100 charities have partnered with us to date. We are delighted to be partnering with the following charities this Spring (and you can click here to see a list of previous charity partners).
Our Autumn Series runs from September through to November and features a range of ensembles and repertoires — from chamber choirs to jazz, gospel and a cappella. Concerts will take place at St Martin-in-the-Fields, St Sepulchre-without-Newgate, St Mary-le-Bow and several other beautiful and iconic venues in Central London
So what are you waiting for?
If you are a small charity and you have supporters who would enjoy going to see a top choir perform in a special venue, then please get in touch and we will send you our 'Fundraising with Brandenburg' leaflet and a list of concerts to choose from this Autumn. Or you can register now to receive our Autumn dates which will be released later in the year.
If you would like to come along to one of our concerts for a 'recce' and to meet Festival staff, just let us know which one and we'll arrange a couple of complimentary tickets for you.
We would also love to hear from corporates wishing to participate in the scheme in support of their chosen charity.
Find out how Brandenburg can help your charity today by contacting Rosie Williams, Brandenburg's Development Officer via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the enquiries form on the contacts page.