Make A Difference
As with so many arts organisations, the income we receive from ticket sales only covers a fraction of our costs. Everything we do – whether in the concert hall or in the community – is only made possible thanks to the incredible generosity of our friends and supporters.
Over the next five years, our goal is to double the number of London concerts, provide more debuts for exciting new artists, and extend our community outreach programme, LCO Music Junction – all by the time of our Centenary in 2021.
You can help us realise these bold and ambitious plans by making a secure online donation. Every contribution, however modest, makes a huge difference.
And, if you would like an even closer association with LCO, why not consider supporting us on a regular basis. Doing so not only gives you ‘behind-the-scenes’ access to the orchestra, it also helps us plan with confidence for the future. If you would like to make a donation to LCO, please click on the icons below to donate by PayPal or My Donate:
Support as an individual
For less than £5 a week you could join the LCO Supporters and gain privileged insights into the life of the orchestra, as well as advance access to premium tickets.
From £100 per month, you could sponsor an LCO Chair – and enjoy a range of opportunities for getting closer to the orchestra, including invitations to rehearsals and private events.
And for those of you who want to make a more significant investment into the life of the orchestra, you could consider joining our Chairman’s Club from £2,500 per year, or our Music Director’s Circle from £10,000 per year.
Please click on the link below for detailed information about our various supporter levels:
Support As A Company
From corporate membership to exclusive title sponsorship of an entire concert season, allow us to create a bespoke package, which gives you high profile branding, superior entertainment and networking opportunities together with unprecedented access to world-class musicians, soloists and conductors.
We can also help you demonstrate your commitment to the community, achieve your CSR objectives and engage your staff and their families – from invitations to rehearsals, to establishing a workplace ensemble to larger-scale social inclusion projects.
Corporate Membership - from £2,500 per year
Connect in a meaningful way with the people that matter most to your business
Concert Sponsorship - from £20,000
Support a single concert, and reach a sophisticated, discerning and wealthy central London audience
Corporate Partnership - from £25,000 per year
Partner with us throughout the season, and supporting our work both in the concert hall and in the wider community
Season Sponsorship - from £100,000
Stand out from the crowd by sponsoring an exceptional series of high profile concerts, and align your brand with artists of the highest quality and reputation.
We would like to offer our deepest thanks to the following individuals, companies, trusts and foundations, all of whom have made our 2016/17 Season possible:
The David & Claudia Harding Foundation
Music Director’s Circle
Lady Marina Hobson OBE
Pamela & Hamdi Conger
John Hancock OBE
Natacha & François Perrodo
Principal Chair Sponsors
Matti & Nicholas Egon Principal Bassoon
Christopher Holder Principal Trumpet
Stanley Lowy MBE JP Principal Oboe (in memory of Ann Lowy)
Liz & Philip Stephens Principal Cello
Rev. John Wates OBE HonFRAM Principal Horn
Jane & Martin Houston
Professor Keith Mander
Gill & Chris Nicol
Chrissie & Peter Johnson
Dr Osmond Jones
Wendy & Michael Max
Mavis & Hugh Ogus
Margery & Graham Turner
Omers Private Equity
Allen & Overy
Innocean Worldwide UK
John Lewis Partnership
Turing Experts, ‘Banking Litigation Expert Witnesses’
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
For LCO Music Junction:
Core Sponsor 2014-17
Maria Marina Foundation
Trusts & Foundations
David Brownlow Charitable Foundation
City Bridge Trust
The Ernest Cook Foundation
The Taylor Family Foundation
Claudia & David Harding
Royston & Jane Carpenter
Carolyn and Richard Gubbins
Saul Haydon Rowe
Ahmet & Aynur Iplikci
Livia & Tom Mercer
Professor Philip Ogden