Support Your RPO: Leave a Legacy

Leave a Legacy

Empower the RPO to enhance its legacy, by leaving one of your own.

We are truly grateful to our supporters who leave a gift to the RPO in their Will. This helps to ensure that the happiness brought to them by the RPO during their lifetime is accessible to future generations. As you may be aware, Arts Council funding and ticket sales only cover part of our costs associated with producing the RPO’s outstanding performance and community projects. Thus, a legacy gift, however large or small, really makes a tangible difference to us.

You are absolutely under no obligation to tell us, however if you decide to leave a gift (or have already arranged to do so) please let us know and we’d be delighted to acknowledge your generosity by enrolling you in the RPO 1946 Club. As a gesture of our appreciation, you will receive complimentary membership of the Club, acknowledgment in our concert programmes and an invitation to the 2018 Legacy Giving Concert, where you will be invited to pre-concert and interval drinks and to meet members of the Orchestra.

This May the RPO will see its third annual Legacy Giving Concert on Wednesday 9 May 2018, a special evening which highlights the importance of Legacy Giving as a way of supporting the Orchestra with a gift in your Will. We would love for you to join our RPO Family.

If you would like to include the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in your Will, but aren’t sure how, please contact Huw Davies, Deputy Managing Director: +44 (0)20 7608 8825 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. who will be very happy to talk you through the straightforward process.


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