Becoming a Corporate Member or a Premier Corporate Member is an excellent way of supporting the future of classical music. Together we will invest in supporting young musicians and composers, and encourage audiences to listen to and talk about great music.
The Royal Philharmonic Society is the independent voice for classical music.
Encompassing composers, performers, broadcasters, audiences and music lovers, we champion classical music’s role as a vital and indispensable part of our cultural life. Our network of members, donors, trustees, award winners and holders of the Society’s prestigious Gold Medal includes the most celebrated names in the profession.
By joining us as a Corporate Member or by sponsoring a project or award, your company will:
- enhance its brand or corporate reputation through positive publicity
- entertain key stakeholders at exclusive events including the annual RPS Music Awards Dinner
- add value to marketing campaigns by reaching a defined audience
- create opportunities for networking at a high level
Please contact Alison Pavier, Development Consultant, to discuss your interests.
Graham Johnson, pianist: awarded RPS Honorary Membership in 2010 for his 'unstinting championship of Song'.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 'The Red Headed League', Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson attended a performance by the violinist Sarasate at a Society concert in 1891.