Thank you to our supporters

We are tremendously grateful to all those who support our work and are particularly the annual support we receive from the following individuals, organisations and trusts.


Edward Blakeman
Pamela Bullock & Antonio Pappano
Lalita Carlton-Jones
Colin Clark
John Gilhooly OBE
Charles Henderson
Ursula Jones OBE
Anthony Newhouse
Sir Simon & Lady Victoria Robey OBE
Janis Susskind OBE
Anonymous supporters

We are also hugely thankful to all our Members whose annual contribution does much to help us support musicians and composers, as well as those who have kindly made arrangements to support the RPS long into the future through a Gift in their Will.

If you would like to help the Royal Philharmonic Society in any regard, find out how you can support here.


Allianz Musical Insurance

We are also indebted to the following Corporate Members: Association of British Orchestras, BBC Music Magazine, Boosey & Hawkes, Faber Music, Incorporated Society of Musicians, International Artist Managers' Association, Kings Place, NMC Recordings, Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, PRS for Music, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Schott Music, United Westminster Schools’ Foundation


Andor Charitable Trust
Arts Council England
Sir John Barbirolli Memorial Foundation
The Boltini Trust
Britten-Pears Foundation
The John S Cohen Foundation
The Delius Trust
Duet Foundation
The Elgar Bursary Fund
The Albert & Eugenie Frost Music Trust
Samuel Gardner Memorial Trust
The Garrick Charitable Trust
Julius Isserlis Scholarship
Kowitz Family Foundation
The Kirby Laing Foundation
Presteigne Festival / Alan Horne Memorial Fund
The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation
RVW Trust
The Thistle Trust
Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation

If you are part of an organisation - a trust, foundation or company - that shares our belief in the power of music to enrich lives, we would love to hear from you and talk about making a difference together. Please contact us.


Sally Groves, former Creative Director, Schott London: Schott first published Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. The RPS’s strong support for composers is definitely creating a future for music!


Queen Victoria attended a Philharmonic Society concert conducted by Mendelssohn in 1844.