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Cambridge Philharmonic Supporters Scheme

The Cambridge Philharmonic is a charitable organisation and has to be fully self- supporting. Our main sources of revenue are ticket sales, membership fees and the generosity of Cambridge Philharmonic Supporters, which include businesses, trusts and individuals who share our vision, and whose support we gratefully acknowledge.

The Cambridge Philharmonic Supporters Scheme (CPSS) is open to all and is intended to give music lovers an opportunity to become more closely involved with the Cambridge Philharmonic and its objectives. We cater for various levels of support and in return offer a range of benefits. These include an advance copy of our season brochure allowing preferential booking, acknowledgement on the Cambridge Philharmonic website and in newsletters, invitations to open rehearsals and the opportunity to sponsor a concert.

The importance of the Supporters Scheme is that the money received from it allows us to be more ambitious with our programme, the wonderful soloists we invite to perform with our choir and orchestra, and our ability to attract professionals to work alongside our largely non-professional membership.

For information on becoming a Cambridge Philharmonic Supporter, please write to: friendssec@cam-phil.org.uk.

For information about concert sponsorship, please write to: chairman@cam-phil.org.uk.

For their continuing support we would especially like to thank:

Patrons:
Domino Printing Sciences plc
Nash Matthews
D.H. Thomas Optometrists
Principal Benefactors:
John Short and Debbie Lowther
The Pye Foundation
Benefactors:
Cambridge Pianoforte LLP
Gillian and Edward Coe
Rob and Janet Hook
Donors:
David and Jackie Ball
Gerard and Margaret Chadwick
Churchill College
Trinity College
Friends
Emmanuel College
Pembroke College