Corporate Membership Benefits

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.

Membership Options

  • Premier Corporate Membership = £1,000 + VAT
  • Corporate Membership = £500 + VAT

Profile and Promotion

  • Receive monthly RPS e-mailing to unlimited staff addresses
  • Dedicated page on RPS website with company logo, name & links
  • Regular social media promotion (Facebook shares & Twitter re-tweets)
  • Text credit in printed publications
  • 'Featured Corporate Member' tile on RPS website (in rotation)
  • Logo and link in 'Our Partners' footer (on all pages of RPS website) *
  • 1 free banner advert space per year in RPS e-mailings *
  • Limited, free, text advert space in RPS e-mailings (eg. Ticket offer, job ad) *
  • RPS MUSIC AWARDS: Text credit in printed event programme (plus logo for Premier Corporate Members)
  • RPS MUSIC AWARDS: Credit on plasma screen slides at Awards dinner *

* = Premier Corporate Member benefit only

Networking and Event Discounts

  • RPS MUSIC AWARDS: Priority booking
  • RPS MUSIC AWARDS: Ticket offer 
    • Corporate Members: a pair of tickets at half price
    • Premier Corporate Members: a pair of free tickets (worth £200 each)
  • Invitations to selected RPS events
  • Invitations to VIP events *

* = Premier Corporate Member benefit only

For further enquiries, please contact Alison Pavier, Development Consultant

OUR MEMBERS

Armand Diangienda, RPS Honorary Member and former pilot who founded a symphony orchestra in one of the poorest cities on earth; Kinshasa, DR of the Congo.

DID YOU KNOW?

From 1819 the Society’s home was the Harmonic Institution built by John Nash in Regents Street. The building was destroyed by fire in 1830 and is now the site of a NatWest Bank.