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Snape Maltings Concert Hall is one of East Anglia's most renowned cultural attractions and is recognised as a centre of excellence. In May 2009, Aldeburgh Music opened a new 'creative campus' at Snape for the professional development of musicians.

An important part of this success is the support from advertising carried in our printed literature and on our website.

Aldeburgh Music produces two forms of printed publication that carry advertising: seasonal brochures and concert programme books. We also offer advertising on ticket backs, and numerous opportunities are available for product displays and signage in addition to advertising by corporate sponsorship.

Click here for a PDF showing our current advertising rates and deadlines. Rates can be discounted for several constituencies and booking commitments.

Deadlines apply throughout the year. For booking brochures they are at least six months before the event; for display advertising they are at least one month before the event.

For further details please contact Ciara Scallon, Corporate Development Manager, on 01728 687144 or email cscallon@aldeburgh.co.uk.


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Seasonal brochures from 2012, designed by Silk Pearce

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'The Leverhulme Trust is proud of its association with Aldeburgh Music. Aldeburgh’s aims fit well with those of the Trust, which are to support excellence and potential throughout the academic community, including the fine and performing arts. We wish Aldeburgh Music and its extremely talented young artists every success for the future.'
Dr Anne Dean (former Assistant Director, The Leverhulme Trust)

 

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'We are delighted with the long-term relationship which we have developed with Aldeburgh Music. The sponsorship of chosen concerts at this world-renowned arts centre has allowed Prettys to combine business and culture, creating the ultimate platform through which to strengthen our brand and further relationships with current and prospective clients.'
Paul Dickie, CEO, Prettys