PLEASE DONATE

As a registered charity the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is largely reliant on the income it generates via the sale of tickets for its concerts and the donations it receives from benefactors.

The cancellation of so many RPO concerts in the coming weeks and months due to Covid-19 is financially devastating for the Orchestra and it is inevitable that we will become more reliant on philanthropic support and charitable donations.

If at all possible, once you have received a refund for your RPO concert ticket(s) from the venue, we’d be extremely grateful if you would consider donating the value of the ticket(s) to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Registered Charity No.244533). Donations can be made via the Donate button above, or please contact Huw: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. who will be happy to help.

We are busy working on ways in which we can continue to connect with our valued audiences and benefactors, all of whom are part of the extended RPO family and we hope to be up and running with some of these in the coming days. Please keep an eye on the website.

With grateful thanks for your continued friendship and support,

from everyone at the

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


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