Our Friends Scheme

We have been giving concerts regularly since 2008, transmitting our joy of music making to a wide range of audience members. We also work with residents in care homes and hospitals. Our charitable work has helped raise funds for worthy causes and also highlighted their plight.  

Throughout the years, we realised that many audience members would like to get involved in the daily life of our ensemble by experiencing music closer as well as learning more about our work firsthand. Thus we are launching our Friends of Music of the Spheres Ensemble Scheme to help bring together our audience and supporters to ensure our journey continues. We invite you to become our friends, patrons and benefactors and help be a direct part of our ensembles growth and history. Please email us if you want to join the scheme: musicofspheresensemble@gmail.com

The opportunity to be part of our ensemble
Friends

Friends of Music of the Spheres Ensemble donate £40 to the group. For this fee you will receive a quarterly newsletter for a year on our ensemble’s exploits. You will also be able to attend three rehearsals, workshops and special events including chamber performances by our ensemble. In the next 12 months you will also get an invitation to one of our concerts for free.  

Members of the artist's circle

Members of the artist’s circle of the Ensemble donate £250 and upwards per year. In addition to a quarterly newsletter, invitations to all rehearsals, two free concerts per year, you will also be invited to have a dinner with a few musicians from the ensemble. You will also be invited to attend a drinks reception after each concert you attend.

Benefactors

Benefactors of the Ensemble donate £2000, in addition to all the benefits received by members of the artist’s circle you will also have free attendance to all our concerts next year, you will play a pivotal role in the ensemble’s development by being invited to attend board meetings. You will also be eligible to receive two free violin lessons from Orpheus Leander Papafilippou.