Becoming an RPO Benefactor gives you the freedom to build a relationship with the RPO that is unique to you and your interests. As a Benefactor, you will enjoy a bespoke package of benefits, all tailored to your individual preferences. You can also choose what area of the RPO’s work your gift will support. Opportunities include:

  •  Artistic programming (e.g., mainstage concert activity, sponsor an artist etc.)
  • Talent development (e.g., RPO Artist-in-Residence)
  •  Community and Education work (e.g., The Lullaby Project, Music for Mental Health Work)
  • RPO equality, diversity, and inclusion initiatives

Why become a Benefactor?

  • Included tickets to London own-promotion concerts
  • Complimentary concert programmes
  • Pre-concert and interval receptions
  • Invitations to attend open rehearsals
  • Invitations to RPO Insights Events*
  • Priority booking via the Development team
  • Priority booking for annual RPO Gala*
  • Opportunity to engage a chamber ensemble for private performances*
  • Opportunities to meet musicians, conductors, and soloists
  • Opportunity to meet our Music Director, Vasily Petrenko
  • Exclusive invitations to RPO Benefactors Events*
  • Opportunity to visit outreach programmes
  • Invitation to join International Patrons Trip*



To become an RPO Benefactor, we ask that you make a minimum donation of £5,000 per year, with the option to pay by monthly direct debit.

If you would like to become an RPO Benefactor or discuss any of the opportunities above, please contact our Head of Development, David Sutherland: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*Some benefits may be subject to an additional cost.

Support the RPO

To find out how you can support the RPO, please contact David Sutherland (Head of Development) by email or on 020 7608 8821.

You can also visit our donate page.

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