Other ways to help

Aldeburgh Music is built on the remarkable legacy of its founders Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, and it remains as vibrant today as it was when it was founded over 60 years ago. Leaving a legacy to Aldeburgh Music is a way of continuing this extraordinary story.

Leaving a gift in your will is not complicated and is very tax efficient. If you wish, you may specify that your donation go towards a particular area of our work, or you can leave it for us to decide where it is most needed.

If you choose to include Aldeburgh Music in your will, you will need to direct your gift to our registered charity number: 261383.

We also welcome shares given through a share donation scheme, one of the most tax efficient ways to give.

To leave a legacy or explore other ways of supporting us, please contact Kate Lloyd, Head of External Relations, on 01728 687100 or email klloyd@aldeburgh.co.uk

We also have a brochure that you can read online - "Make Your Mark".


US Donors

Aldeburgh Music has strong links with the US and welcomes American supporters who can donate through our 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status for US tax payers.
Please email Kat Reading for more information if you’re a US tax payer: kreading@aldeburgh.co.uk


Education and community projects have been at the heart of Aldeburgh Music since the first Festival in 1948. Photo: Malcolm Watson


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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)



'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