Share your love of music with future generations.
Creativity and artistic talent take long hours of training and dedication and this requires years of nurture and support.
If you have had a lifetime’s pleasure from music why not make a legacy gift in your will to the Royal Philharmonic Society? Or you may wish to remember a music lover by making an In Memoriam gift. It doesn’t have to be a large sum: even a very small amount can make all the difference. However much you can give, your gift will count.
Some people leave us specific gifts of money, while others choose to leave us the residue of their estate once family and friends have been looked after.
If you decide you would like to include a legacy to the RPS in your will a simple addition or codicil can be added. We can also offer advice on how to word your bequest so your intentions are honoured.
To discuss how you can make a difference please contact Alison Pavier, Development Consultant.
Susan Bullock, Soprano: The work of the RPS is tireless and thanks to the Society, so many people have come to learn about, perform and understand music to the highest level.
DID YOU KNOW?
An early member of the Society, who played in our first season in 1813, was the Afro-European violinist George Polgreen Bridgetower (1778-1860) – the original dedicatee of Beethoven’s Kreutzer Sonata.