The generosity of our individual supporters plays a key role in ensuring that we can continue to present excellent programmes.
There are many different ways you can get involved:
Become a Patron - Our Patrons help create unforgettable moments in music-making. We invite you to get closer to the work of the Three Choirs Festival and access exclusive benefits including priority booking, private events and opportunities to support various elements of our work. Click here to find out more.
Chairman's Circle - The aim of the Chairman’s Circle in Hereford and Gloucester and the Wigornia Circle in Worcester is to fund a single major concert during festival week. In 2021 the Wigornia Circle will support the a choral concert in the postponed Worcester Festival. Click here to find out more and download the pledge form.
Commissioning Circle - Our new Commissioning Circle offers you the opportunity to have a direct impact on the creation of new music and get closer to its development. The first commission to be supported by this Circle is Gabriel Jackson’s The World Imagined for solo tenor, chorus and orchestra, premiering as part of the postponed Worcester festival in 2021 in Worcester Cathedral. Click here to find out more and download the pledge form.
Sponsor A Concert – Are you an Elgar enthusiast, a Finzi fan or Parry person? Have you ever thought about supporting soloists like Sarah Connolly or Roderick Williams? Or are you keen to see younger generations involved with the festival? Make your mark on the Three Choirs Festival by supporting an event, soloist or ensemble. Please contact Grace Green to discuss how you can get involved.
Festival Firsts - If you're a regular Three Choirs Festival attendee, we'd love for you to help us share the experience with new people. When you complete your booking, you'll be invited to donate; we are very grateful for donations equal to the cost of a single seat, but we welcome you to give as much as you are able. Please consider sharing your love of the festival and help us grow our audiences. Click here for more information about the scheme.
For further information on how you can get involved please contact Grace Green by calling 01452 768933.