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There are many ways to get involved with the work of Aldeburgh Music, from becoming a Friend to volunteering as an usher.
HESSE STUDENT SCHEME
Established by HRH Princess Margaret of Hesse and the Rhine in 1959, the Hesse Student Scheme enables young people with a love of music the opportunity to attend the Aldeburgh Festival at no cost. Participants assist in the day-to-day running of the Festival in exchange for tickets and accommodation. For more information or for details of how to apply please click here.
A team of volunteer ushers help to run concerts at Snape Maltings Concert Hall and at Aldeburgh Music concerts at other venues. Ushers check tickets, sell programmes and show people to their seats, attending the concert for free in return. For more details about becoming an usher, please call 01728 687100 or email email@example.com.
FRIENDS AND ADVANCE BOOKING LIST
The Friends of Aldeburgh Music play a vital role in supporting the unique musical life of Snape and Aldeburgh. For more information about becoming a Friend or joining the Advance Booking List, please click here.
The Aldeburgh Card is a new, free scheme for those under 30, in full time education, or in their first job. In addition to last-minute ticket deals, holders of the Aldeburgh Card also have access to a number of networking opportunities, special events and more besides. For more information please call 01728 687100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPONSORSHIP AND DONATIONS
In 1948, our founders relied on the support of people who shared their vision. Today, Aldeburgh's international reputation is still sustained in this way by the support of individuals, trusts, companies, foundations and other grant-making bodies: please click here for more details about how you can help.
If you would like to gain experience in arts administration, you can apply to do work experience at Aldeburgh Music. For more details please contact Phillipa Reive, Head of Education, on 01728 687100 or email email@example.com.
Click below to view a short video about the history of the Aldeburgh Festival and the Britten–Pears legacy, and for a tour of Snape Maltings Concert Hall with the late maltster and Concert Hall manager, Bob Ling.