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Trust & Foundations

Charitable Trusts & Foundations are pivotal to the success of Aldeburgh Music’s activities and currently represent over 60% of our private income. Recent grants have included:

  • A three year grant to support Aldeburgh Education's programme developing leadership and talent in the new Aldeburgh Music Campus though three strands of activity: Group A, Media Project and Participatory Apprentices.
     
  • A three year grant to develop Faster than Sound:LAB – a research & development strand of our education work that combines established artists, amateurs/schools and new technology to develop new ideas, performances and installations.
     
  • Support for gifted young musicians (aged 8-18) through Aldeburgh Young Musicians
     
  • A three year grant towards the development of Residency and performance programme working with electronica musicians
     
  • Support for masterclasses at the Britten–Pears Programme and bursary support for the Britten–Pears Orchestra. 

For further information about how a Trust or Foundation can make a difference to our work, please contact Julia Ransome, Trusts and Donations Manager, on 01728 687100 or email jransome@aldeburgh.co.uk.


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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.'
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