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The impact that Southbank Sinfonia has on the lives of its young musicians can last a lifetime. When you come to make plans for your own future, you may like to consider remembering Southbank Sinfonia in your Will. A gesture like this would not only help the orchestra to keep offering a life-changing experience to more young people each year; the difference you make will continue to resonate as our players set out into the profession, putting everything they have learned into practice, touching the lives of many others with their passion for music.

A close friend and supporter of the orchestra conveys why he has chosen to support Southbank Sinfonia in this way:

‘Music has always been my great passion and inspiration. Having committed to the venture since the outset, I have been greatly rejuvenated by the advent of Southbank Sinfonia. It is thrilling to see and hear each generation of young musicians exploring and discovering new musical experiences which will mean so much to them in later life. It gives me enormous pleasure to follow their progress, even more to know that my continuing support will make a difference long into the future.’

If you would like to speak to us about leaving a legacy to Southbank Sinfonia, we would be very happy to talk to you in confidence about the range of options open to you. In the first instance, please contact Charlotte Castle, our Development Director on 020 7921 0377.

Alternatively you may prefer to receive a more detailed information pack in the post – if so, please email your name and address to development@southbanksinfonia.co.uk. Once you have all the information you need, we recommend that decisions regarding your Will are taken with the professional advice of a solicitor. The digital brochure below will tell you more about how your gesture could make a lasting difference, while the guide addresses various practicalities including the possible tax benefits of leaving a gift to a registered charity like ours.

Download: Digital brochure

Download: Remembering a charity in your Will | A practical guide


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